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Latest news releases
- 23 May 2016: New research shows Acas Conciliation has helped to prevent 7 out of 10 potential court hearings
- 18 May 2016: Acas update on junior doctors' dispute
- 13 May 2016: Acas update on junior doctors' talks
- 9 May 2016: New Acas research reveals that employers have fears around social media use in the workplace
- 4 April 2016: Acas publishes new guide to help combat sex discrimination in the workplace
- 23 March 2016: Sir Brendan Barber welcomes appointment of Michael Clancy onto Acas Council
- 18 March 2016: Acas publishes new guide for employing apprentices and young workers
- 4 January 2016: New Acas report identifies workplace bullying, pay, new trade union bill and productivity as key workplace trends to look out for in 2016
- 1 January 2016: Sir Brendan Barber: Workplace predictions for 2016
- 22 March 2016: Acas response to EHRC research on pregnancy and maternity discrimination
- 22 January 2016: Latest junior doctors' dispute statement
- 19 January 2016: Latest junior doctors' dispute statement
- 15 January 2016: Latest junior doctors' dispute statement
- 13 January 2016: Latest junior doctors' dispute statement
- 12 January 2016: Acas statement on London Underground dispute
- 6 January 2016: Junior doctors' dispute statement update
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Members of the media should please contact either of the following in the Acas press office:
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