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P&O’s boss praised for ‘amazing job’ by Dubai owner despite sackings scandal
Published: 30th June 2022
You probably remember the huge P&O scandal when 800 staff were fired with no warning in March.
Well, apparently that boss, Peter Hebblethwaite, is doing "an amazing job."
That's from the owner of P&O, Dubai-based Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem.
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UK government’s £2.9bn job search scheme has put only 7% of participants in work to date
Published: 24th June 2022
The £2.9 billion Restart programme, launched by Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak last year to tackle long-term unemployment, has been labelled as a colossal failure.
It failed to find a job for 93% of applicants.
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Queen's speech 2022: what are the implications for employment law?
Published: 23rd June 2022
The government recently announced another consultation on the future of work, but what does that mean for, well, the future of work?
As it turns out, not very much.
Despite the government accepting most of the proposals from an independent review on the UK employment framework back in 2018, ver...