Monthly Archives: May 2013

Army Reservists: Response to Consultation Paper due soon

In our email update 117 (16 August 2012), we reported that the Ministry of Defence had produced a consultation paper on how best to generate increased numbers of reservists. The consultation has now closed and the response is due to … Continue reading

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Reports of discrimination by employers in the recruitment process

An employment tribunal claim has recently been brought against a well-known multinational on the grounds that it allegedly discriminated against a job applicant by rejecting his application because of his African name. The applicant states that when he reapplied under … Continue reading

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Employee shareholder proposal reinstated by House of Commons

On 16 April 2013 the House of Commons voted to reinstate the government’s employee shareholder status proposal into the Growth and Infrastructure Bill. This comes less than one month after the proposal was rejected by the House of Lords. The … Continue reading

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