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March newsletter for Employers

March newsletter for Employers

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1. Articles:

Whistleblowing - by employees to others - Protected Disclosures Act Stress - 10 tips Bias - it a level playing field

2. Shop trading hours. Who can open and when

3. Seminars.

We are doing "Hot Topics" seminars on solutions to a raft of business legislation in May, June and July.

4. Employee grievance statistics. Our main focus is to help you avoid this

5. "Holidays" bill its not law and some commentators suggest that it may never make it in its present form. We'll keep you up to date with developments.

6. New services - this link did not work for some people last newsletter

7. E-mail us comments or questions on this newsletter email

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