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Packaging company fined after worker’s leg injury
April 2014

An Essex manufacturing company has been sentenced for safety failings after a forklift truck reversed into a delivery driver’s lower leg, fracturing his ankle. Continue reading...

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Packaging company fined after worker’s leg injury
April 2014

An Essex manufacturing company has been sentenced for safety failings after a forklift truck reversed into a delivery driver’s lower leg, fracturing his ankle. Continue reading...

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Post-natal depression dismissal ‘not discriminatory’
April 2014

The dismissal of a woman on sick leave with post-natal depression was not discriminatory, the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) has ruled. Continue reading...

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Post-natal depression dismissal ‘not discriminatory’
April 2014

The dismissal of a woman on sick leave with post-natal depression was not discriminatory, the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) has ruled. Continue reading...

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Biggest care home provider fined over choking death
April 2014

The UK’s biggest care home provider has been ordered to pay £170,000 in fines and costs after a vulnerable resident choked to death on fish and chips during an entertainment evening at premises in Chorley. Continue reading...

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Changes set to support better work-life balance
April 2014

Significant changes for working parents have been introduced as part of the Children and Families Act. Continue reading...

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Copyright changes coming soon
April 2014

A series of new developments reforming copyright law are set to take effect over the coming months. Continue reading...

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Losing employers set to face tribunal penalties
April 2014

Employers who lose a case at an employment tribunal could find themselves facing extra financial penalties, on top of any compensation they have to pay to a former employee. Continue reading...

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‘Take steps to tackle dangers’, HSE urges
April 2014

Businesses and other organisations have been urged to make sure that when they have identified health and safety risks, they take the necessary steps to guard against them, after a charity was prosecuted over an incident in which a nine-year-old boy with autism lost a finger in a door. Continue reading...

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‘Take steps to tackle dangers’, HSE urges
April 2014

Businesses and other organisations have been urged to make sure that when they have identified health and safety risks, they take the necessary steps to guard against them, after a charity was prosecuted over an incident in which a nine-year-old boy with autism lost a finger in a door. Continue reading...