CIPD Update: Questionable merit in watering down unfair dismissals rights


CIPD Update: Questionable merit in watering down unfair dismissals rights

CIPD Update: Questionable merit in watering down unfair dismissals rights

4th October 2011Bond Williams

Dr John Philpott, Chief Economic Adviser at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) comments as follows on the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s expected announcement at the Conservative Party… Read more »

Trending Talent: The Steve Jobs way

Much has been said about talent and talent honing over the last few months and it is no surprise that surveys show that 6/10 major companies think that they do… Read more »

6th October 2011Bond Williams

Something to work towards

Incentivising your employees A recent independent review of employee engagement has said that the relationship between employees and employers should be a key factor placed at the centre of business… Read more »

11th October 2011Bond Williams

Dialogue is key to retaining talent

Last week, senior HR practitioners gathered at the annual CIPD Talent Management Conference to discuss the challenges of attracting, developing and retaining talent in an increasingly diverse and competitive economy…. Read more »

14th October 2011Bond Williams

IT's not perfect

Following the release of a skills report last week, Jeff Brooks of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) for technology has said that small and medium enterprises should be less… Read more »

19th October 2011Bond Williams

Accountants feeling pessimistic about prospects while HR remain positive

A new recruitment report shows that accountants are feeling gloomier about their job prospects than those who are hiring them, who are comparably optimistic. According to a recruiter poll of… Read more »

21st October 2011Bond Williams

Encouraging accountancy from all backgrounds

Chief executive of the Institute of Chartered Accountancy in England and Wales (ICAEW), Michael Izza, has said that people from all backgrounds should have equal opportunity to become accountants. This… Read more »

25th October 2011Bond Williams

Win your workers’ trust or lose them

Employees who distrust their directors or senior management are significantly more likely to look for new job than their colleagues with more trust in management. According to research from the… Read more »

26th October 2011Bond Williams

Frettens Update: Employment Law Q & A — Employment Policies & Procedures

Q  Is an employer legally required to have employment policies and procedures? A The only express legal requirements for employers to have employment policies and procedures are as follows: under… Read more »

27th October 2011Bond Williams

Government report — scrap unfair dismissal claims for lazy workers

Unproductive workers should lose their right to claim unfair dismissal, a leaked government report says.  The report, commissioned by the Prime Minister, argues this would mean more capable people would… Read more »

28th October 2011Bond Williams

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