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Union wins court fight against steep fees for unfair dismissal claims

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Supreme court rules fees are 'inconsistent with access to justice' and disproportionately affect women

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Union wins court fight against steep fees for unfair dismissal claims

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Supreme court rules fees are 'inconsistent with access to justice' and disproportionately affect women

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Employment tribunal fees unlawful, Supreme Court rules

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Fees for those bringing employment tribunal claims are unlawful, the Supreme Court rules.

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Employment tribunal fees unlawful, Supreme Court rules

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Fees for those bringing employment tribunal claims are unlawful, the Supreme Court rules.

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Employment tribunal fees unlawful, Supreme Court rules

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Paris will pull out stops to woo jobs

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The HSBC has said that France’s plans to loosen its employment rules make relocating there more attractive.

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Gig economy: there’s an easy way to end abusive working conditions

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Frank Field MP and Andrew Forsey posit a simple but ingenious solution: make companies show their workforces are genuinely self-employed

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May’s promise on workers’ rights will not survive Brexit

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The triggering of Article 50 is just around the corner and we are told to expect The Great Repeal Bill in May

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JP Morgan boss says France won’t lure City workers with current employment laws

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France won't lure City workers with current employment laws, says JP Morgan boss.

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The Guardian view on employment law: an overhaul is needed

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Too many employees are no longer protected by a legal system designed for a different age

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Tougher, not weaker, labour laws are key to upping productivity

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There is a strand of free-market liberal who gets upset at legislation designed to protect employees and give them certain rights.

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Theresa May hires former Blair policy boss to review workers’ rights

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Matthew Taylor, who headed No 10 policy unit under Labour leader, will look at a range of issues, including workplace insecurity and anxiety, automation and access to pensions and holiday pay

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Yes, zero hours work can be banned: New Zealand has just done it

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Want to end the practices of Sports Direct, Hermes, Deliveroo and others? In New Zealand, workers took on big business and won

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EU referendum leave vote could hit workers’ rights including maximum 48 hour week, BIS committee hears | Business News | News | The Independent

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A vote to leave the EU could see workers’ rights including the maximum 48 hour work week and equal pay for agency staff stripped away as the Government reasserted its sovereignty over employment law in the UK.

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EU referendum leave vote could hit workers’ rights including maximum 48 hour week, BIS committee hears | Business News | News | The Independent

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A vote to leave the EU could see workers’ rights including the maximum 48 hour work week and equal pay for agency staff stripped away as the Government reasserted its sovereignty over employment law in the UK.

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