Employment Law Update 2012 Ken Gill Memorial Fund

31/10/2012 09:30

Socialist newspaper banned from Whitehall

02 November 2012

A parliamentary probe has revealed all Whitehall departments have stopped buying copies of the Morning Star.

PODCAST: Days of Action: Protesting Against Austerity

Recorded Sunday 09 September

At the TUC Congress 2012, the IER fringe meeting Days of Action: Protesting Against Austerity drew a packed audience to the Old Ship Hotel in Brighton to hear inspirational speeches from Keith Ewing, John Hendy QC, and Len McCluskey on the issue of the day: the legality of a general strike in the UK.

Update to Coalition's plans to reverse 114-year-old employment right - new briefing released

24 October 2012

By Sarah Glenister

This topic will be discussed at our forthcoming Health and Safety conferences in London and Liverpool.

Thompsons Soliticors explains the content and implications of the newly proposed amendment to the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, which threatens to remove employers' strict liability when a worker is injured on the job.

Govt launches unusually short consultation on shares-for-rights proposal

19 October 2012

The Government yesterday launched a consultation into implementing employee-owner status, which would allow employers to offer their workers shares in lieu of employment rights - but those in opposition are given an unusually short amount of time to submit a response.

Employment Law Update 2012 seminar papers available for download

12 October 2012

The seminar papers and presentations used at our sell-out Employment Law Update 2012 event in London on Wednesday have been uploaded to the website, in addition to a photo gallery of the day and links to find out more about Big Society the Musical - a film for which a trailer was shown during the conference.

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