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Monthly Archives: November 2017

Monthly Archives: November 2017

christmas decorations

News Posted: 27th November 2017

Workplace Christmas Safety Advice

With Christmas just round the corner most offices and places of work...

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disciplinary hearings

News Posted: 27th November 2017

Unfair Dismissal for ‘Table-Humping’ Trainer

In the presence of a 26 year old female colleague and other...

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News Posted: 27th November 2017

Workplace Winter Driving Advice

It is that time of year when temperatures drop, the days become...

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Taylor Review

News Posted: 20th November 2017

Worker Status in the News Again | Gig Economy

Worker status has again hit the headlines following two recent cases involving...

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workplace temperature

News Posted: 14th November 2017

Preventing Accidents at Work

Accidents at work can be anything from a minor injury such as...

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News Posted: 14th November 2017

Occupational Skin Disease | An Employers Guide

The Deb Group recently reported that “skin diseases are the second most...

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absence management policy

News Posted: 9th November 2017

Can a Disciplinary Investigation be too Thorough? | Tribunal Claims

In the recent case of NHS 24 v Pillar the Employment Appeal...

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News Posted: 2nd November 2017

Changes to Unpaid Internships and Work Experience?

Lord Holmes of Richmond will be introducing a Private Members Bill shortly...

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