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Birmingham restaurant ordered to pay ex-employee more than £2,000

A Birmingham restaurant company has been ordered to pay an ex-worker more than £2,000 by an employment tribunal. 58 more words

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Unpaid Britain: wage default in the British labour market

Employers withholding billions of pounds from workers in Britain

At least 2 million workers in Britain are losing over £3 billion in unpaid holiday pay and wages a year say… 1,051 more words

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Employment Discrimination and Gender: Background

Gender-based discrimination can play out in the workplace, with obvious examples being sexual harassment (think Harvey Weinstein), or unequal pay. Recent studies have shown that 90% of women surveyed felt pressured to look ‘sexier’ at work, and women are still being told to wear make-up, high heels, and short skirts to work.  99 more words

Employment

Unpaid Britain Report launch

On 30th November we will be publishing our final report and we will be launching it at Conway Hall on that day, from 9am to 1pm. 681 more words

Project Donors

Employment Tribunal Settlements in Hull

Accounting can be generally defined as the study of how businesses track their income and assets over time. Accountants have to engage in a multitude of activities other than just preparing financial statements and recording business transactions. 1,066 more words

Accountants

Forcing diversity?

I was really disappointed to read that Google fired an employee who wrote an internal memo questioning the utility of their policies on gender diversity.   372 more words

Prose Opinion

Employment Tribunal Fees New Ruling - Will it affect you?

After arguably one of the biggest employment law rulings this year, the Supreme Court has ruled that Employment Tribunal Fees are unlawful, that they prevent access to justice and have been abolished with immediate effect. 338 more words

Employee Engagement