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Salford City Council prosecuted after child loses fingertips in school gate

Salford City Council has been fined £20,000 and ordered to pay £3,632 prosecution costs after a six year old boy with autism and learning difficulties lost the tips of three fingers when his hand was trapped in a school gate. 427 more words


Employment Law: Take care what you say covertly recorded comments can come back to bite you

As the recent case of Punjab National Bank International) Ltd and others v Gosain shows, employers and the courts are increasingly having to wrestle with covert recordings made by employees and when they should be admitted as evidence. 107 more words


Get Into Hospitality - Tourism taster programme for young people

CONGRATULATIONS were the order of the day for a group of young people who successfully completed a two-week programme called ‘Get Into Hospitality’.

The programme was run by the Princes Trust and TLH Leisure Resort with the support of the Torbay Development Agency. 83 more words


5 Seconds of Summer hit No.2 on US Billboard chart

The Australian pop-rockers recently unleashed their ‘She Looks So Perfect’ EP in the US and it has made a sizeable impact on the country’s albums chart. 88 more words

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Early Conciliation can help solve disputes between employers and employees

From 6th April, 2014 anyone thinking of making an employment tribunal claim can notify Acas which will try to help solve the problem.

This new free service, which is called Early Conciliation, will help employers and employees to find a resolution to a dispute without the need for a tribunal hearing. 56 more words


SpotlightUK telling the world about the UK's heritage tourism industry

SpotlightUK is a series of articles for newspapers and magazines telling the world about the UK’s unique heritage tourist attractions.

Edited by David Martin, the series introduces readers to Britain’s museums and art galleries, historic market towns, Cathedral cities, stately homes and World Heritage Sites. 261 more words


Tourism offers a rewarding, challenging and fulfilling career

Between September, 2009 and September, 2013 more than 150,000 new jobs were created by England’s tourism industry.

The industry employs 2.6 million people including 65,000 apprentices. 62 more words