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Workplace bullying impacts on family life – employment law guest post

January 12, 2013

Guest post from ELB’s employment lawyers in Birmingham. The impact of workplace bullying and harassment is not only felt within the confines of the workplace, but can have a significant ‘ripple-effect’ on family members, including children and grandparents, according to a recent survey. High levels of stress The study, by parent support charity Family Lives, […]

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What You Need To Know About Auto-Enrolment

May 25, 2012

As an employer, you may be aware of the proposed implementation of an auto-enrolment pension scheme for the UK. The scheme has been designed to make it easier for employees to save for their retirement as at present many people do not take up any offer of a workplace pension scheme even where it is […]

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When does teasing or joking at work become bullying or harassment?

November 25, 2011

Teasing and joking at work become bullying if the recipient of the jokes or teasing feels humiliated or anxious as a result. The Advisory, Conciliatory and Arbitration Service (ACAS) describes bullying as offensive, intimidating, malicious or insulting behaviour. Offensive jokes or remarks made in jest may not be received as such and may be construed […]

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