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first_img Previous Article Next Article This week’s news in briefSoldier wins pension A legal ruling could help hundreds of British servicemen claim compensationover the disputed Gulf War Syndrome, after a former soldier won his claim foran army pension. A tribunal acknowledged that a link existed between his conditionand the syndrome.  www.mod.ukWhistleblower targets One-in-three NHS whistleblowers has faced reprisals, according to Unison.Staff are most frightened of raising concerns about unsafe staffing levels,government targets/waiting lists, risks caused by other staff and a bullyingculture.  www.unison.org.ukMore than 1,200 additional community support officers (CSOs) will berecruited across England and Wales after the Government promised a further £41mto fund the scheme. The money will also help to pay for the 1,350 officersalready working across 27 UK police forces.  www.homeoffice.gov.ukSteel crisis summit The Government has been asked to set up a summit to discuss the jobs crisisin the steel industry. SteelAction, which represents 18 local authorities insteel areas, claims job cuts across the sector, including more than 1,000 atCorus, were not inevitable.  www.corusgroup.com‘No love’ contracts A fifth of UK employers have a formal or informal policy on intimaterelationships between members of staff, with approximately the same numberagain considering introducing ‘love contracts’. The online survey was conductedby law firm Fox Williams.  www.hrlaw.co.uk Comments are closed. … in briefOn 13 May 2003 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

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