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Latest news releases
- 1 January 2017: Sir Brendan Barber predicts Brexit, gender pay, gig working, industrial disputes & the Trade Union Act will be key workplace issues in 2017.
- 06 December 2016: Sir Brendan Barber reappointed Chair of Acas Council.
- 16 November 2016: New research reveals top tips for businesses to better manage mental health at work.
- 01 October 2016: Sir Brendan Barber on Workers on Boards.
- 29 September 2016: Acas launches new guide for bosses on how to handle potentially life-threatening conditions at work .
- 21 September 2016: New research reveals negative attitudes towards tattoos could result in bosses missing out on talented young workers .
- 8 September 2016: Acas launches essential new guidance for line managers to help run effective teams and make businesses more productive.
- 25 August 2016: Acas launches 'New to Work' guidance for young people on GCSE results day.
- 24 August 2016: Acas publishes top tips to help keep workplaces cool for employees during a heatwave.
- 11 August 2016: Acas collective conciliation helps reach a successful outcome in over 7 out of 10 cases.
- 11 January 2017: Acas supports new Government campaign on National Minimum Wage.
- 14 December 2016: Southern rail dispute update.
- 25 August 2016: Unite and First Dorset statement.
- 11 August 2016: Southern rail dispute statement update.
- 10 August 2016: Southern rail dispute statement.
All Acas news releases and statements are available in our news section. Key background information on the work of Acas is available below.
Members of the media should please contact either of the following in the Acas press office:
- Steven Mather, 020 7210 3749 or email email@example.com
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- Shumon Ali-Rahman, 020 7210 3688 or email email@example.com.
For urgent out-of-hours media enquires (i.e. journalists only), call 020 7210 3600.
If you are an employer or employee and need advice and guidance on workplace issues, please note you will not be able to get this on these numbers. You should call the Acas helpline on 0300 123 1100.