- New grievance procedures could help staff resolve disputes with
employers amicably. Goodwin, Bill // Computer Weekly;10/19/2004, p61
This article discusses new grievance procedures which could help staff resolve disputes with employers amicably. The procedures aim to encourage employers and staff to meet and settle their differences at work, rather than fight it out through an employment tribunal. Employers will have to go...
- Minimum wage cuts hierarchy. // People Management;1/12/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p10
The article reports on the findings of a report from research firm Incomes Data Services about minimum wage increases in Great Britain. The wage will increase from Â£5.05 in October 2005 to Â£5.35 in October 2006. The report reveals that the minimum wage has no negative employment...
- NEWS IN BRIEF. // People Management;7/2/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p7
This section offers news briefs related to personnel management in Great Britain. The investigation into race diversity practices by Race for Opportunity reveals that BT is the most race-friendly organisation in the country. A total of 247 employers submitted entries for the 2009 Chartered...
- "Ssh... The grown-ups are talking". WARREN, CLAIRE // People Management;Oct2013, p24
The article discusses the issue of bullying in the workplace and how human resource (HR) departments should address this problem. A study revealed the negative effects of bullying on employees and organizations in general. It explores the legal principles that can be invoked under the Equality...
- LAW NEWS. // People Management;2/24/2011, p9
This section offers human resource legal news briefs including the accusation against Cotswold Geotechnical Holdings of murdering geologist Alexander Wright, the suspension of applying dual discrimination rules of the Equality Act and revoking of time to train regulations on small businesses all...
- NHS chief executives bust pay target. // Public Finance;04/17/98, p5
Reports on the income of health service chief executives in Great Britain in 1996/97. Figures published by Incomes Data Services about the salaries of trust bosses; Bonuses awarded to chief executives; Increases received by nurses, midwives and related staff; Criticism of the report of trusts.
- Recognition deals exceed estimates. // People Management;8/30/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 17, p6
Reports that the union recognition deals signed by companies in Great Britain more than doubled the number estimated by Incomes Data Services and the unions themselves as of August 2001. Percentage of the workforce shared by union membership; How unions can gain members.
- Inquiry planned to examine how equality laws should apply to religious people. Lloyd, Peter // Pink Paper;8/5/2011, p9
The article reports that an inquiry will be held in the later part of 2011 to define how hard equality laws must be applied to religious people opposing or disagreeing with homosexuality.
- Equality Act 2010: Specific duties now in force. // Access by Design;Fall2011, Issue 128, p2
The article reports the implementation of the Equality Act 2010 in Great Britain to assists public bodies in the performance of the public sector Equality Duty which requires the consideration of all individuals who are carrying out daily activities.