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There’s been an awful lot of discussion recently about whether current employment law is too harsh on British business, and what could or should be done about it if it is. After plenty of rumours and leaks, Business Secretary Vince Cable made a key speech last month...read more
There have been some announcements by the government recently about changes to some major elements of employment law, and I am regularly asked for clarification on what exactly might be involved. So here we go; a brief plain English summary of the proposals and some...read more
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