Tag: victimisation

HRDs locked up by disgruntled workers

Rising public outrage at employers has led to kidnappings, marches and strikes in France – a country with a long tradition of labor unrest. Yesterday, workers at a Caterpillar factory in Grenoble held four managers hostage...

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The Future of Disability Discrimination

With the new Equality and Discrimination Bill going through Parliament, Jane Amphlett, Partner and Head of the Equality Team from Addleshaw Goddard LLP, analyses their implications.

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Better relations.. better work..

The Government has done much to improve the regulation of relations between employers and employees and has introduced important new protections for vulnerable employees. Analysis by Sarah Veale, Head of Equality and Employment Rights Department, Trades Union Congress.

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