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Updated: September 10, 2020

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“It’s definitely been positive,” she said.

Some employers have been lobbying for changes including asking whether workers have a right to strike if they feel they are being mistreated, or for a provision that would prevent staff from saying a particular word when a worker is being harassed.

A report from the business group the Confederation of British Industry said there was significant evidence that employers felt they have become increasingly unresponsive to complaints from workers. “The key for firms is to be aware that workers are a vital resource to the economy and, when they feel mistreated, they are right to take a grievance to the industrial tribunal,” said Stephen McLean, the group’s chief executive.

The federation, which represents more than 120 small businesses around the world, suggested the legislation also needs to change legal language. This week, it launched an online petition calling for clarity in the legislation and to be able to refer workers to the tribu양산안마 양산출장마사지na대구 출장 안마l.

A recent report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies showed that in 2013, there was almost no evidence that employers spent an extra half million on industrial action.

However, David McKeon, the UK employment solicitor with Slater & Gordon, said a small number of cases have demon여수출장안마strated the need for clarity on how workers can win action.

“There is very little information in the law, but there are the very large numbers of cases which show the benefits of industrial action as a viable option,” he said. “They [workers] feel it is in the best interests of the company, and sometimes it is.”