Workplace Snippets - October 2013
All of October 2013 workplace snippets, which provide some comment and insight into topical items, are available below.
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- Harmonising terms and conditions under TUPE
- Absence management: What's the point of triggers?
- Dramatic fall in proportion of privately educated CEOs
- Health sector leaders aim to tackle workplace bullying
- Dress, religion and belief, and the workplace
- Part-time employment rate continues to outstrip full-time
- Upper age limit for jury service to rise to 75
- Schools may be the answer to rising childcare costs
- Social media for recruitment: risks and benefits
- Employers flouting NMW laws are now more likely to be named
- Holiday accrual systems explained
- Who can accompany workers to grievance hearings?
- Repeal of third-party harassment legislation
- Poor use of sickness policies puts employees at risk of 'unreasonable' treatment
- Reforms announced for TUPE regulations
- Employers to get more support for armed forces reservists
- Epic fail: Why failure can be good for business
- Traineeships launched to make young 'work ready'
- Are pay rises a thing of the past?
- Access to Work scheme becomes more accessible
- Integrated approach needed to 'optimise' benefits of flexible working
- No qualifying period for political opinion dismissal claims
- Government proposals for a more trusting, transparent economy
- New rates for the National Minimum Wage come into force.