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Lokhova v Sberbank CIB (UK)
The Employment Tribunal's decision on remedy in the sex discrimination case of Lokhova v Sberbank has been announced, with the approximate value, based on the in principle decision of the Tribunal, is £3.2 million.
Svetlana Lokhova worked for the Russian bank Sberbank CIB was awarded the compensation for sex discrimination, victimisation and harassment which led to psychiatric illness and her never being able to work in the financial services industry again.
Miss Lokhova earned over £750,000 per annum and worked in a predominantly male team. Within the working environment to both colleagues and clients she was nicknamed “Crazy Miss
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Fit for work offers a free Occupational Health Assessment for any Employees who have been or who are expected to be off work for four weeks or more to help them to return to work sooner. It offers work related medical advice via a telephone service and website. The advice service is due to be up and running in May 2015 being rolled over a period of months.Read more... Link
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Statutory Amounts & Adjustments 2015
Statutory rates are rates of payment paid and regulated by the UK government. Many of these payments are updated annually. The following table has the current statutory rates for a number of HR benefits and regulations.
The proposals in the Government's 2006 White Paper on Personal Accounts, the aim of which is to introduce "soft compulsion" into workplace pension provision, are now coming to fruition. On 27 October 2010 the Pensions Minister, Steve Webb, confirmed that the Government would proceed with implementing the reforms set out in the Pensions Act 2008 and accompanying regulations, subject to the relatively minor changes recommended by an independent review of the proposed regime.
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