Monday, June 18, 2018

HR News

Cheaper Managers?


Some people have been quick to judge new employment schemes such as apprenticeships that promise to make a manager out of you in just one year.


Two Pilots Dismissed Following on Board Argument


Captain Stephen Bird and First Officer Stephen Akers were dismissed by Flybe after arguing whilst flying the plane to Malaga, Spain.


Young Workers get Brunt of Pay Cuts

Resolution Foundation

Research from the Resolution Foundation think tank has revealed that it is workers under thirty who have, and often are, the first to feel the pain of cuts as well as the last to receive an increase in pay after a recovery.


Success comes with getting Women on Board

Credit Suisse

Further research has revealed that having women on the board really does have a positive effect on the share price of companies.


Steel Company Fined Half a Million

Tata Steel

The global steel company Tata has been fined 500, 000 following the death of a forty nine year old worker at its South Wales blast furnace.


Wage Freeze Increases Staff Dishonesty

Employee Fraud

The long period of pay freezes has led to an increase in employee fraud in the workplace.


Aer Lingus Staff Vote for Industrial Action

Aer Lingus

This summer has seen its fair share of strike actions and now it looks like there could be another.


Pay Transparency

Pimlico Plumbers

Channel four recently aired a programme which showed Plimlico Plumbers set up a transparent pay system.


More Graduates in Part time Roles

Part Time Graduates

A recent report by the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) has revealed that one fifth of recent graduates are working part time.


DWP Announces Subsidy for Young Disabled Workers


Following the closure of Remploy factories which led to outrage from many of its workers as well as the public at large, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has announced that it will incentivise employers to take on severely disabled young people.


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