A Look at the Employer's CharterPosted in : June on 6 June 2011
Angela Schettino writes:
In this issue of our HR Clinic we focus on the Employer's Charter. Since the Charter has generated such hot debate, we welcome your views on this HR Clinic or indeed the Charter itself. Just email us or contact us via the website link listed at the end.
If you haven’t yet read ‘The Employer's Charter’ published by the Government earlier this year, it is essentially designed to help remind employers to have the confidence to do what is right for their business.
The Charter is simply a list of things that an employer is entitled to do, such as contact a woman on maternity leave and ask her when she plans to return. The idea is that employers have
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