- Fears about Equality Act prove unfounded. BROCKETT, JAMES // People Management;10/14/2010, p9
The article reports on the preparedness of human resource (HR) professionals for changes implemented in the Equality Act of Great Britain in 2010.
- Dilemma of the month… redundancy exercise. Wynn-Evans, Charles // Employers Law;May2009, p27
This article discusses the dilemma under the labor redundancy laws in Great Britain. It discusses whether a non-unionised employer that needs to conduct a redundancy exercise affecting more than 20 employees can avoid the process of electing and consulting with employee representatives. It...
- COURSES & CONFERENCES. // Employers Law;Apr2008, p26
The article offers information on several conferences on labor laws in Great Britain to be held in London, England in April and May, 2008, including Employment Law Europe, Measuring Up: The Impact of Flexible Work Practices, and Spotlight on HR and the Role of the Line Manager.
- Untitled. Peacock, Louisa // Personnel Today;3/24/2009, p24
No abstract available.
- Legal Q&A dealing with strikers occupying an employer's premises. Herbertson, Gemma // Personnel Today;8/25/2009, p9
No abstract available.
- Freedom of speech. Charlton, John // Employers Law;Dec2011/Jan2012, p12
The article reports that the plans for employers to have protected conversation to its employees have raised several talking points. The article notes that protected conversations will provide a safe mechanism which builds confidence in management and helps businesses make better decisions. This...
- The XpertHR weekly podcastï¿½. Thiruchelvam, Jeya // Employers Law;Dec2011/Jan2012, p6
The article discusses the British employment tribunal decision on the Crisp vs. Apple Retail case.
- Handle with care. Tindall, Chris // Commercial Motor;4/19/2012, Vol. 217 Issue 5480, p26
The article focuses on the various issues which should be considered in the management of employees when contracts are exchanged. It informs that under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) (TUPE) Regulations of Great Britain, employees of the previous owner become employees of...
- Opinion: GP practices must be free to develop the right staff skill-mix. Lancelot, Chris // GP: General Practitioner;6/6/2012, p15
The article presents the author's views on the rights of general practices (GPs) to hire staff according to their own skill requirements. He says that current employment law in Great Britain is not business friendly, and it is especially not good for small businesses like GPs. According to him,...