Workplace Snippets - July 2013
All of July 2013 workplace snippets, which provide some comment and insight into topical items, are available below.
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- Dispute resolution: What's changing? Acas can help
- September is the preferred month for holidays
- Understanding Universal Credit
- Voluntary sector the role model for employee engagement
- More than 9 out of 10 workers admit to presenteeism
- Grievance myths are based on good sense
- Fear of taking on staff is blocking microbusiness' growth
- When do expectant employees have to notify employers about maternity leave?
- 'Women bearing brunt' of public sector cuts
- EAT judgment transforms collective redundancy consultation rules
- Zero-hours contracts need greater regulation, says report
- 'Brain-fried' leaders can make employees feel threatened, says survey
- Recruitment process may be demoralising young people
- It's time to dust off and update your whistle-blowing policy
- UK businesses need to embrace e-learning, says CIPD
- Top business leaders rally behind flexible working
- Nationwide survey reveals prevalence of poor mental health
- Government lends a hand to SMEs
- 'War for talent' is intensifying
- HMRC gets tough about the National Minimum Wage
- How can employers support workers during Ramadan?
- Low statutory pay blamed for poor take-up of paternity leave
- The emotional impact of collective redundancies