Unite the union and British Airways have agreed to hold talks aimed at finding a negotiated settlement to their dispute over cabin crew terms and conditions under the auspices of the TUC.
Water Wellpoint research finds 96% were not tempted to take a ‘sickie’ on their first day back after the Christmas break
The Forum of Private Business (FPB) is warning that the cost of a single day of employee absenteeism because of the freezing winter conditions could be at least £230 million.
The National Minimum Wage for younger workers should be frozen in absolute terms in 2010 to ensure welcome government efforts to combat soaring youth unemployment are not fatally undermined just as the economy is beginning to recover, according to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
In its annual employment Barometer Report for 2010, published today, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) forecasts that the coming year will be better for jobs than 2009, but unemployment will continue to rise until at least the summer and there will be below inflation pay increases for most people in work.
National Apprenticeship Week will take place from Monday 1 February to Friday 5 February 2010.
The British Chambers of Commerce’s latest Monthly Business Survey
Learning and Skills Council Chief Executive Geoff Russell has today been appointed as the first Chief Executive of the new Skills Funding Agency.
Businesses could be heading for trouble over the festive season if they haven’t organised employees’ holiday entitlement correctly, according to Croner, the UK’s leading provider of workplace information and consultancy service, part of Wolters Kluwer.
The number of people spending their second successive Christmas on the dole will double to over 200,000 this year, a TUC analysis of labour market statistics reveals today (Wednesday).