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When is a dismissal unfair?

Compensation for unfair dismissal remains a potentially significant exposure for employers Charles Wynn-Evans and Georgina Rowley of Dechert LLP review the current unfair dismissal landscape.

Article by: | Published: 20 September 2011

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Tripping over the red tape

The British Safety Council conference highlighted the changes and challenges facing business. With major changes to health and safety regulation, how these will impact on businesses was core to much of the debate at the event.

Article by: | Published: 20 September 2011

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The A Team

It all starts with a simple idea. “I think it’s time we ran a staff survey”.

Article by: | Published: 20 September 2011

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Cutting remarks

As cuts bite deep and belts tighten yet another notch, can the same level of IT service be achieved?

Article by: | Published: 20 September 2011

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Sales Behaviour links to Sales Success

CEOs are investing more than ever in their sales forces, but results aren’t improving. To understand this disconnect, we observed sales professionals in live sales meetings.

Article by: | Published: 15 September 2011

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A world of opportunity

The increased globalisation of business has created a marketplace without borders. This has increasingly led to multi-national companies envisioning a strategic ideal of employee benefit programmes that are created globally, yet implemented locally with the appropriate balance of country, culture and workforce sensitivity.

Article by: | Published: 7 September 2011

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Born to lead?

Asking if leaders are born or made, is like asking whether or not science can tell us the best outfit to wear - is it for a ball, the beach, a winter walk or a sunny day?

Article by: | Published: 7 September 2011

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A problem shared

In companies that are obsessed with politics and intrigue, problem solvers rarely fix issues and are more likely to spawn new problems that weigh heavily on the organisation’s ability to operate respond to market trends.

Article by: | Published: 31 August 2011