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Topic of the week: Holiday pay ruling could cripple British businesses

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Employers are trying to cherry pick. They wholeheartedly welcome the free movement of labour and the benefits that it brings in terms of suppressing pay and conditions due to an abundance of cheap labour. When it comes to paying a balanced holiday rate which takes into account additions that enhances an employees rate of pay through most of the year. Employers start crying. You can not cherry pick

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Ten top tips to ensure the safety of employees during the summer months

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22 Jul 2014 9:40AM

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Holiday pay ruling could cripple British businesses

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15 Jul 2014 10:15AM

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Are you ready for flexible working changes?

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24 Jun 2014 8:44AM

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