Howard, Nick
April 2011
People Management;Apr2011, p22
The article presents several authors' viewpoints about British employment law issues. The Agency Workers Regulations 2010 to come into effect in October 2011 will require employers to tell employee representatives about their temporary workers. The British Press Complaints Commission (PCC) ruled that the "Daily Mail" newspaper's public shaming of civil servant Sarah Baskerville for her postings on the social network site Twitter did not constitute an invasion of privacy. Changes to the tax on termination payments will be implemented on April 6, 2011.


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