HR News

October 2015 inflation data

Consumer Prices Index inflation was unchanged in the year to October 2015 at -0.1%. The detailed figures are as follows:
 

HR1 redundancy prosecution fails

Three ex-City Link directors have been acquitted following a prosecution brought by BIS for their alleged failure to notify it of redundancies following the firm’s collapse in 2014.
 

HR and employment law news in brief

A round up of some HR and employment law-related stories, other than those we’ve already covered, which have been making the news from 30 October 2015 to 12 November 2015.
 

Tougher health and safety sentencing on the way

New sentencing guidelines for health and safety offences and corporate manslaughter look set to have a significant effect when they come into force on 1 February 2016.
 

HR and employment law news in brief

A round up of some other HR and employment law-related stories which have been making the news from 16 October 2015 to 29 October 2015.
 

Timing of collective redundancy consultation: the wait for clarity continues

In 2006 Ms Nolan was one of 200 civilian staff made redundant when the US army base on which they worked closed. Nine years on the issue their protective awards for the US government’s alleged failure to consult them properly is still unresolved.
 


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