The HR Headmistress' blog

Employment Law Protects Extremists

26th October 2009

The appearance of BNP leader Nick Griffin on Question Time last week has sparked a huge row about the judgment of the BBC in giving so much airtime to the leader of an extreme political party.

For many of us the views expressed by that particular...

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Robots For Staff - Are Tesco Heading This Way?

26th October 2009

With all the challenging developments in employment law (that’s an understatement!) many employers have joked about wanting to take on robots.

It looks as though some sectors are poised for the coming of the robot, even as I type. This week...

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Leona Lewis And Employers' Liability

22nd October 2009

Former X-Factor winner Leona Lewis, was assaulted recently while she was carrying out a book signing event in London.

Ms Lewis was shocked, but fortunately did not suffer any serious harm, thanks to the prompt actions of security guards. Peter...

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“Sir! The Dog Ate My Homework!”

20th October 2009

Remember that daft excuse from school? Nobody believed it, but it didn’t stop feckless pupils from trying it on.

Since I have developed Chronic Monday-it is (a condition of which I firmly disapprove), I feel almost that I am making the same...

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Employment Tribunal Statistics – Some Interesting Reading

2nd October 2009

Recently published statistics from 2008-2009 suggest some interesting trends over the past year. Key findings include:

  1. 20% increase in the number of claims accepted - but if multiple airline (cabin crew) claims are excluded, there is in fact a...

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