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Claimant entitled to costs despite having insurance cover and not paying fees himself #Management #HR #CIPD

Daniel Barnett: When deciding whether to award costs, is it relevant for an employment tribunal to take into account the fact that the receiving party has had their legal expenses paid by an insurer?  123 more words


Food and grocery chiefs meet Cameron to tackle youth unemployment #HR #Management #CIPD

CIPD: Chief executives of some of the UK’s largest employers in the food and grocery industry attended a roundtable at number 10 yesterday (11 September) to discuss what the sector is doing to help address the poor employability skills of young unemployed people in the UK. 425 more words

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Infosys announces 30 crore grant for Chennai maths institute

IT giant Infosys announced today that they would be committing a grant of Rs. 30 crore to the Chennai Mathematical Institute (CMI) as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities. 298 more words

Minister announces plans to lift limits on NEST pension scheme #Management #HR #CIPD

CIPD: Relative success of auto-enrolment brings amendments forward. Artificial restrictions on the government-backed NEST pension scheme will be lifted in 2017 to allow it to compete directly with its pensions industry peers making it a potentially more attractive auto-enrolment option for more employers. 475 more words

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Tribunal fees would be scrapped under Labour government #Management #Hr #cipd

CIPD: “The Labour government plans to abolish the current employment tribunal fees regime if elected in May 2015, shadow business secretary, Chuka Umunna, told delegates at the Trade Union Congress (TUC) conference this week. 467 more words

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Construction of Salary Increase clause in contract #hr #Management #cipd

Daniel Barnett: Should an assurance of guaranteed incremental pay increases subject to performance contrary to absolute discretion in a written contract bind an employer?
No, on the facts, held the EAT in the… 176 more words