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BSkyB in Disability Claim

Sky TV

Two workers, who didn't know each other before they were both dismissed by the contact centre of the broadcaster in Livingston, have brought claims for unfair dismissal under the Equality Act 2010.

   

Border Force Strike called off!

Border Force Strike

On Wednesday afternoon the High Court was set to hear an application for an injunction to force the border force staff to work.

   

Bus Drivers Accept Bonus

London Bus

Another day, another strike threat. The threat of bus drivers striking during the Olympics, however, has been averted just in time.

   

Care Home Nurse Accused of Abusing Residents

Care Home

A disciplinary hearing has been told about how care home nurse, Christina Cooper, had abused dementia sufferers at the Connaught Care Home in York.

   

Doctors Lift Threat

BMA

In what seems like an unending spiral of strike action, the British Medical Association (BMA) has lifted the threat of any further industrial action from doctors over pensions.

   

The Olympic Walkout

David Cameron-Olympics

Prime Minister, David Cameron, has condemned the proposed strike action over job cuts and pay that border forces have threatened to take during the Olympic games.

   

Remploy Strike

Remploy

Remploy workers across the country have joined existing strike action after the Government announced that the 320 million budget for disabled employment services could be better spent.

   

Rolls Royce

A former female engineer at Rolls Royce is suing her employer for Sex Discrimination and Unfair Dismissal. She is claiming 135,000 of damages for injury to feelings and loss of earnings.

   

New Regulation for Religious Symbols in the Workplace

Cross

Despite all the recent attempts to reduce what was perceived by many in the business world as "red tape", the Government now seems set to introduce new laws.

   

More Training for Border Enforcers

Border Forces

An independent report has warned that those working in border enforcement need to have extra training to ensure that they can cope with the increased numbers entering the county this summer for the Olympic games.

   

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