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The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has held that statutory restrictions on the right to strike in the UK do not infringe the right to freedom of association under Article 11 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

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Men and women seem to approach career changes differently, if new research from the London Business School is anything to go by.

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The UK Commission for Employment and Skill’s (UKCES) vision of a “4G” future where employees from four generations will work side by side for the first time in history is welcomed not feared.  However, businesses will be at a competitive disadvantage and experience further skills shortages unless they start planning for the changes now.

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In its response to the Government’s consultation on zero hours employment contracts, the Institute of Directors has highlighted the important flexibility these contracts create, enabling businesses to provide services that would not otherwise be commercially viable.

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