Archive: Employment Laws
Vince Cable's tentative plans to reform employment law could provide the perfect cover for bosses to bully their staff, unions have warned.
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FSB discuss how small firms are tackling unemployment and welcome the reforms to employment law. They also prepare for the party conference season with a focus on unemployment, and more. Read about it here.
The NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, secured £12,625,509 compensation for members in 2011.
Unite, Britain's biggest union, says that the government's plan to cap compensation for unfair dismissal is part of a joined-up attack on workers' rights which is turning ordinary working people into scapegoats for the coalition's economic mismanagement.
Unite, Britain's biggest union, has accused the Tory-led government of trying to sneak through a major attack on employment rights tomorrow (13 March), which means workers will have no protection from unfair dismissal for two years.