Employers say they are not ready for changes to Agency Workers Regulations
- Equality Act 2010 third-party harassment rules to be removed. // Employers Law;Apr2011, p4
The article announces that the British Government, as part of the 2011 Budget, will consult to remove the unworkable requirement under the Equality Act 2010 for employers to take reasonable steps to prevent the harassment of staff by third parties.
- EDITOR'S COMMENT. O'Reilly, Noel // Employers Law;May2011, p3
The author reflects on the increasing number of British employers who were completely unfamiliar with the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR).
- CONSULTATION WATCH. // Employers Law;Nov2011, p5
The article reports that the British Government is consulting on reforming company reporting and executive pay.
- Absent without leave. Roberts, Ben // Employers Law;Mar2011, p20
In this article, the author explains in detail a policy on unauthorized absence. He mentions that the policy covers all employees and applies in case an employee is absent from work, does not return to work after a holiday, or fails to work for any reason without authorization. The policy...
- have your say� EMPLOYMENT REGULATIONS. // Employers Law;Apr2011, p11
The article presents the opinion of employment regulations experts regarding the three-year moratorium announced by the British government on the introduction of new domestic regulations for micro-firms. Federation of Small Businesses National Chairman John Walker argues for the extension of...
- Training changes 'a benefit to SMEs.'. Hooker, Adam // PrintWeek;11/26/2010, p4
This article focuses on the plan of the British government to scale back the Labour Party's Time to Train obligations.
- Highered hands. Tynan, Roger // Utility Week;10/7/2011, p14
The article ponders on the implementation by the British government of the Agency Workers Regulations in Great Britain in October 2011. The regulations are expected to provide further protection to workers in accordance with the principle of equal treatment. Such regulations will also have an...
- EFA fights costs of DRA end. Doke, DeeDee // Recruiter;10/27/2010, p5
The article reports on the move of Great Britain-based Employees Forum on Age (EFA) asking the government to end the regulation that would penalise employers for recruiting and retaining older workers as a default retirement age (DRA).
- Respond now to conduct regs review. // Recruiter;Feb2013, Special section p1
The article focuses on the issues concerning the plan to reform the Conduct Regulations in Great Britain.