March 2009
People Management;3/26/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p35
This section offers news briefs related to employment, as of March 2009. The British House of Commons approved a private members' bill that would raise the ceiling on statutory redundancy pay by linking it to average earnings rather than retail prices index inflation. The Danish government has decided to compensate women who suffered from cancer after years of working at night. Cherie Booth has been hired by North Yorkshire and Merseyside council pension funds to sue the Royal Bank of Scotland over the diminished value of their pension funds.


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