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Employment tribunals 'well beyond the reach of many people'

The Law Society has warned that employment tribunal fees are impeding people's access to justice.

Tue 04 Aug 2015

New remuneration rules for financial services sector published

New remuneration rules for the financial services industry have been published by the sector regulator.

Wed 24 Jun 2015

Ban on exclusivity clauses in zero hours contracts introduced

A change in the law restricting employers from using exclusivity clauses in zero hours contracts has come into force.

Wed 27 May 2015

Fees for employment tribunals 'a bad move', says business secretary

The business secretary has spoken out against the introduction of fees for employment tribunals in 2013.

Wed 06 May 2015

MPs call for more protection for employees if company goes out of business

Employment law must give greater protection to workers if their employer goes out of business, MPs have said.

Wed 15 Apr 2015

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