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Britain not yet on Board with Female Mandatory Quota

Viviane Reding

Earlier this month Viviane Reding, the Justice and Rights Commissioner, announced plans to introduce mandatory quotas stipulating the number of women on company boards across the EU.

   

Good Office Good Work

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A survey entitled 'Working in London' has revealed that the majority of Londoners have said that if their office space was improved they would improve their productivity also.

   

Static Public Sector?

Public Sector

As we enter the third year of austerity cuts it is becoming increasingly difficult for ministers to make the cuts to the public sector it wanted to make by reducing staff numbers.

   

Spy Claim Settles Out of Court

GCHQ

Alfred Bacchus, an asian Civil Servant, who had lodged a claim for racial harassment against the Government's secretive spy base GCHQ, has settled his claim outside of court.

   

If you want that Promotion Get the Face Time

Face Time

An academic study has revealed that the growing trend towards remote working may harm employee's prospects of promotion.

   

Auto-enrolment is Imminent- Do your Staff Know?

Scottish Windows

A recent study by pension plan company Scottish Widows has revealed that around half of British workers are unaware of the imminent arrival of auto-enrolment in the company pension scheme.

   

Asda in Disability Discrimination Claim

Asda

Former Asda supermarket worker Adnan Malik has lodged a claim for harassment against his former employer.

   

The Importance of Workforce Planning

Workforce Planning

During the recession it would appear that not a week has gone by without news of a company liquidating or having to make redundancies in an effort to avoid liquidation.

   

Teachers Strike

National Union of Teachers

Teachers unions National Union of Teachers (NUT) and the National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers (NASUWT) have voted in favour of strike action.

   

National Minimum Hours

Office of National Statistics

The 1990's recession saw a new type of employment contract emerge.

   

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