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Business secretary calls for fresh look at employees' rights

Vince Cable has announced a new inquiry into employment law in order to ensure more people are adequately protected.

Mon 06 Oct 2014

Law Society to review employment tribunal process

The Law Society has confirmed it is to conduct a review of the employment tribunal process to see how it can be overhauled.

Wed 24 Sep 2014

Expectant couples to benefit from new parental leave rules

Couples who are expecting children from April 2015 will be able to take advantage of changes to the parental leave system, the government has confirmed.

Fri 12 Sep 2014

Employees 'put off making valid tribunal claims because of cost'

Many workers are being deterred from taking genuine grievances to an employment tribunal because of concerns over the cost, new figures have revealed.

Tue 29 Jul 2014

Businesses urged to respond to ECJ obesity comments

Employers in the UK have been urged to take action following comments from an official at the European Union Court of Justice (ECJ).

Wed 23 Jul 2014

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