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Whilst the State Pension Age for women will still increase to 65 by 2018, Government plans to increase this to 66 (for both sexes) are to be delayed by six months.
As part of its planned reform of employment law in this country, the government is proposing to allow employers to have full and frank discussions with employees without the risk of those conversations being used in a claim at an...
This year's Absence Management survey by the CIPD and Simplyhealth reveals that stress is now the main cause of long-term sickness absence for both manual and non-manual workers.
New figures show the ongoing trend for falls in the number of people injured and made unwell at work has continued.
Retail giant Marks and Spencer has been fined £1 million and ordered to pay costs of £600 000 after workers and shoppers were potentially exposed to asbestos-containing materials.
The government has proposed that as of 6th April 2012, employees will require two years's continuous service before they are legally entitled to raise an unfair/constructive dismissal claim.
A change to health and safety regulations means employers only need report absences of seven days or more following a work injury