October 2009
People Management;10/8/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 21, p9
This section offers news briefs on laws related to human resources (HR) in Great Britain as of October 2009. Six recruitment agencies in the construction industry, including Eden Brown and CDI AndersElite, have been fined a total of 39 million pounds after they were found to be operating as a cartel. Official figures have shown that the number of new employment tribunal cases in 2008/2009 was 20 percent lower than the previous year.


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