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first_img… in briefOn 23 Mar 2004 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. This week’s news in briefWinning ways Personnel Today reader Peter Fonseca, organisation development manager atStanley Europe in Sheffield, is the lucky winner of a trip to Seville and aplace at the MCE Global HR Management Conference – Europe’s largest HR event.The theme for this year’s event, which takes place on 21-23 April, is the‘Future of Work’.  www.mce.be/hr2004Mock tribunals Recruitment consultancy Huntress and law firm CKFT are running a series ofmock employment tribunals, targeted at increasing the knowledge of HRprofessionals. Attendance is free and there is specific reference to currentlegislation on data protection, employee working status, e-mail monitoring anddiscrimination. To book e-mail: [email protected] in hiding The number of company directors receiving special treatment from the DTIbecause they are ‘under threat of violence or intimidation’ has doubled in thepast year. Normally directors must file a ‘usual residential address’ atCompanies House, but those claiming they need to hide their details forsecurity reasons has risen to 3,549 – up from 1,800.  www.companieshouse.gov.ukRetailers fear worst The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has warned that the Government’sdecision to increase the adult national minimum wage to £4.85 could lead torecruitment problems and job losses in the sector. BRC director of retailservices Amanda Miller said: “We are only relieved that the wage did notrise above the Low Pay Commission’s recommendations.”  www.brc.org.uk Previous Article Next Articlelast_img


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