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Claims have flooded in from employees in the retail sector recently, saying that their pay has been docked by their employer to cover customer theft. These people are attendants at petrol stations and check out operators at supermarkets, paid close to the minimum wage.
Mixing business with pleasure can be messy. But, in small businesses, it is an unavoidable reality. In this context, friends and family often form the backbone of the workforce, but, when the family start feuding, the wheels can fall off in a spectacular way.
Employment law specialist Susan Hornsby-Geluk on workplace behaviour after the resignation of Roger Sutton.
One individual who probably knows nothing about an 8 hour working day hit the headlines recently and has become a poster boy for benefit fraud and pension theft around the world. Italian coal miner Carlo Cani recently retired from employment after a long and distinguished career doing, well, virtually nothing.
Our October news.
For better or worse, much of modern life is now played out on social media...
Whether the mercury is high or low, in just about every workplace there is someone who constantly complains about the temperature. Just like Goldilocks sampling breakfast at the three bears’ log cabin, the porridge is either too hot or too cold, never just right.
Our June news edition