22 October, 2010
22 October, 2010
Outcome is clearly disappointing, Business Minister says in written statement to Parliament.
21 October, 2010
MEPs argue that a better work-life balance for women would encourage more to stay in work, BBC reports.
13 October, 2010
Issue 90 of Garden Court Chambers' Employment Law Bulletin is now available.
11 October, 2010
New report by The Centre for Policy Studies highlights that drop of 10% in the number of workless households would add around 1% to GDP.
Report by Equality and Human Rights Commission reveals progress in closing the gender pay gap is 'grinding to a halt' as women earn on average 16% less than men, rising to 27% for women aged 40.
5 October, 2010
1 October, 2010
Provisions that take effect from today bring together existing equality law into one place and extend protection to some groups so that they are treated more fairly.
New rate introduced today, with people aged 21 benefiting for the first time.
30 September, 2010
Employment Minister also announces plans to consult on extending the right to request flexible working to all employees, and the design of a new system of flexible parental leave.
However, new figures from the Ministry of Justice show a rise of 6 per cent in claims to Employment Tribunals in the first quarter of 2010.
28 September, 2010
Issue 89 of Garden Court Chambers' Employment Law Bulletin is now available.
27 September, 2010
Union states that workers are making journeys they don't need to and clogging transport networks, while companies are losing out on the cost and productivity benefits of home working.
23 September, 2010
Scotland’s unemployment rate back to 1996 levels, reports Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
22 September, 2010
Legislation issued in relation to new rights being introduced for parents of children due or adopted on or after 3 April 2011
New Commencement Orders issued that bring into force specified provisions of the 2010 Act
15 September, 2010
However claimant count - those out of work and receiving unemployment benefit - rose by 2,300 in August to 1.47 million.
14 September, 2010
More action needed to tackle low pay, improve job quality and help parents progress in work, says Institute for Public Policy Research.
Issue 88 of Garden Court Chambers' Employment Law Bulletin is now available.
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