EY drops appeal against whistleblower judgment

EY has dropped its appeal against a judgment ordering it to pay $10.8m to a whistleblower who raised money laundering concerns. The post EY drops appeal against whistleblower judgment appeared first on... Read more »

Meetings ‘drag on’ if women are involved, says Japan’s Olympics chief

Former Japanese prime minister Yoshiro Mori has apologised for denigrating women with sexist remarks. The post Meetings ‘drag on’ if women are involved, says Japan’s Olympics chief appeared first on Personnel Today. Read more »

MPs to investigate UK firms’ links with Chinese exploitation of Uyghurs

Clothing brands and government to be investigated by MPs over links with exploitation of oppressed people in China. The post MPs to investigate UK firms’ links with Chinese exploitation of Uyghurs appeared... Read more »

EY to appeal against $11m gold whistleblower verdict

EY accountant uncovered money laundering at gold bullion dealer and wins claim against employer. The post EY to appeal against $11m gold whistleblower verdict appeared first on Personnel Today. Read more »

Gig workers should be able to form unions, says EU commissioner

The European Union’s competition commissioner has said that gig workers should be able to “team up” to form unions. The post Gig workers should be able to form unions, says EU commissioner... Read more »

Ofgem accused of threatening whistleblowers

Ofgem has been accused by two whistleblowers of exploiting national security laws to prevent them airing concerns over projects involving... The post Ofgem accused of threatening whistleblowers appeared first on Personnel Today. Read more »

UK employees more lenient around ethics but more likely to report misconduct

UK employees take a more lenient approach than the European average to questionable workplace behaviour... The post UK employees more lenient around ethics but more likely to report misconduct appeared first on Personnel... Read more »

Clarks boss gets the boot after behaviour ‘fell short’

The boss of iconic shoemaker Clarks has resigned after the British company said his behaviour had fallen short of the...

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Sports Direct scraps zero hours contracts and “six strikes” policy

Sports Direct is to offer its casual retail workers the opportunity to switch from a zero hours arrangement to a...

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