Employment Bulletin News

Regulatory burden will increase in 2015
Red tape may cause companies a headache but it could prove costly if you get it wrong.
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SMEs are the backbone of the British economy
A new report has revealed the key contribution that family businesses make to the UK economy.
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Small businesses the victim of bullying tactics
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has highlighted “questionable” payment practices that it says could cripple smaller companies
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Watchdog urges firms to be aware of health and safety laws
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is marking its 40thanniversary with an appeal for Yorkshire businesses to make the wellbeing
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Tories unveil proposals to limit pay-offs
Public sector pay-offs will be capped at £95,000 under plans announced by the Conservative Party this month.
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Battle lines drawn in landmark equal pay case
A date has been set for what is shaping up to be one of the most important employment cases of
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Loss of sick pay compensation scheme starts to hurt smaller firms
Many small businesses are struggling to adjust after losing the right to reclaim costs attached to Statutory Sick Pay (SSP).
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Row over tribunal fees rumbles on
A decision by ministers to introduce a new fees regime for Employment Tribunals is set to come under fresh scrutiny,
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Attempt to set the record straight on health and safety legislation
A watchdog has warned companies about blaming bogus health and safety laws for poor customer service.
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