“The silence must be broken and the misunderstanding that domestic abuse is not a workplace issue due to the myth that it only happens at home need to be dispelled. Three-quarters of those affected by domestic abuse are targeted at work.”
Noting that local government funding is rarely a major battleground in election campaigns, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has nevertheless analysed the plans for English local authority funding set out in the three main party manifestos.
New analysis by a leading healthcare charity shows that the health service is increasingly having to rely on less-skilled clinical support staff to fill gaps in services when there are not enough nurses.
While the available evidence suggests that there is scope to explore more ambitious increases in the minimum wage in the UK, a leading economic research institute has said that the issue may be becoming too politicised.
If a manager lies about the reasons for giving an employee poor performance reviews, and suggests that she should be dismissed, is the resultant dismissal fair if the senior person making it honestly believed the false reports?