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Government to review TUPE and compensation for discrimination cases

Government to review TUPE and compensation for discrimination cases

The Government has today announced new areas that it will consider reforming as part of its review of employment red tape – including collective redundancy consultation periods, the Transfer Undertakings Protection of Employment Regulations (TUPE) and compensation for discrimination awarded by employment tribunals.…

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Investing in women could aid financial recovery in Asia - report

Investing in women could aid financial recovery in Asia - report

Asian countries need to tap into their female talent to support a sustainable recovery to the economic crisis and aid the global recovery, according to a new report prepared jointly by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB).…

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Good-looking women 'less likely to get interviews'

Good-looking women 'less likely to get interviews'

Good-looking women who put a photograph on their CVs when applying for jobs are less likely to get a response than less attractive women if the person recruiting them is also a woman, according to new research.…

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Girls 'still fall for gender stereotypes at work' 

Girls 'still fall for gender stereotypes at work' 

Girls are still being channelled into vocational stereotypes, according to an Ofsted report, but those in single sex schools are more likely to consider jobs traditionally done by men.…

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Charity raises concerns over discrimination against mums

Eighty per cent of women ringing a free legal helpline for working families about redundancy last year were women who were pregnant or on maternity leave.…

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