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Employment judge decides that dismissal for gross misconduct was inconsistent with the nature of prank involving a tarantula's shed skin.

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Manufacturing giant Tata Group has confirmed it will invest £4bn in an electric vehicle battery plant in Somerset, creating around 4,000 jobs.

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A government-backed review has made several recommendations on how employers can support autistic people to thrive at work.

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We provide details of where and when strikes are happening, as the UK battles with the ongoing period of industrial unrest.

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School worker wins age discrimination and unfair dismissal claim after being told ‘We’re not all going to be here forever’

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The BBC has set out an action plan for its complaints procedures following a review of its non-editorial complaints processes.

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With Ramadan approaching, Stephen Simpson provides a five-point checklist for employers on how to support employees observing religious festivals.

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Take part in our survey, in association with Savills, on the role of HR in real estate decision-making

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A tribunal has ordered City of York Council to pay an ex-employee more than £60,000 for wrongful dismissal following a flawed investigation.

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