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Posted in : HR Updates on 10 October 2011
Nicola Shaw
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Nicola Shaw writes:

October 2011 will be remembered for many things. It is the month of the Coalition Conferences, when “radical” change was proposed from the Conservatives that they would improve the power of employers. I am not entirely convinced that making the length of service before someone can take an unfair dismissal case is that radical and will ease the burden for us that much? What do you think? Do you think this one was the right area of legislation to change? 

It is also the month that saw Strictly Come Dancing 2011 launch. How fab-u-lous (Craig style!) was Jason? How unexpectedly awful were Lulu and Nancy? But politics and entertainment, aside, I think October 2011 will be

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