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2017 all issues

[cover image]July 2017
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Pay in engineering - to the backdrop of the Confederation of Shipbuilding and Engineering Unions conference, Workplace Report surveys 2017 pay settlements in the engineering sector; School teachers’ pay - teachers in England and Wales will suffer another real-terms pay cut even though their pay review body appeared to recommend a rise that would break the government’s 1% pay cap; Latest case law on contracts of employment and tribunal procedures[More ...]

[cover image]June 2017
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Regional allowances - Compensation for the high cost of living is paid around the country but particularly in London. Workplace Report surveys what is paid and reports on the pressure for wider coverage and increases in the allowances; Justice sector pay - Staff in the various sectors have had their pay held back. But pressure is now building for some pay relief with calls for an end to the 1% public sector pay cap; Latest case law on dismissal, transfers and redundancy[More ...]

[cover image]May 2017
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Facility time - in the face of more scrutiny of time off for union duties, a Workplace Report survey looks at what is provided in the private and public sectors; Zero-hours/short-hours - there has been a fast growth in precarious or insecure work, while some employers are trying to get around a ban on exclusivity clauses. Latest case law on discrimination[More ...]

[cover image]April 2017
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2016-17 pay round - There’s been a small boost for those on the lowest grades with the two increases in the National Living Wage in the latest pay round. However, the average rise for most workers has been stuck at 2.0%. Pay in the NHS - The 1% pay rise recommended for NHS staff by its Pay Review Body ( PRB) has made even the moderate Royal College of Nursing contemplate industrial action. The PRB has itself expressed concern over the pay cap. Latest case law on employment status, contracts and tribunals[More ...]

[cover image]March 2017
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Tribunal fees - Has the introduction of tribunal fees in 2013 had an effect on the number of workers seeking justice? Drugs and alcohol policies - Alcohol and drugs have no place in a work environment. However, where there are problems they should be treated as a health and safety issue. Latest case law on unfair dismissal, TUPE or redundancy[More ...]

[cover image]February 2017
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Older workers - a government strategy paper has called on employers to make the most of the experience and skills of older workers; Employee information UK companies are required to report on various stakeholder issues, but what do their annual reports have to say about their employees – and is it enough? Latest case law on discrimination[More ...]

[cover image]January 2017
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Performance management - performance management systems have become a fact of life for many workplaces, but some large private sector employers have dropped them; Pay and prices across Europe - EU states in Western and Northern Europe witnessed moderate pay rises last year. There were better deals for workers in Central and Eastern European states; Latest case law on industrial action, contracts and tribunals[More ...]