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ACAS

, Acas in Britain
Advisory Conciliation and Arbitration Service
www.acas.org.uk
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ACAS

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This is not newsworthy because it doesn't refer to the shabu,' Acas said.
The bonds sold by ACAS CLO 2015-2 included tranches rated Aaa(sf) through Ba3(sf) by Moody's, AAA(sf) tranches rated by Fitch and non-rated subordinated notes.
"The ACAS message is that it is in the workplace that things ultimately decide what we will do in productivity terms."
Top tips So, what tips does Acas have for employers?
Last year, the Acas helpline answered almost 925,000 calls on employment issues, and the Acas website saw a rise of around 10% in traffic with more than four-anda-half million visits.
Energy Secretary Ed Davey has written to Unite asking the union to get round the table with the haulage companies, whilst also asking Acas to try and achieve a "negotiated settlement".
If Acas cannot resolve the case, normally within a month, an employee could then take their claim to a tribunal.
We may see a similar pragmatic approach to employment relations this time around." Mr McGee said: "The outcome of the Government's resolving workplace disputes consultation announced a number of changes with a wider role for Acas to resolve disputes before they reach a formal claim to an employment tribunal.
Visit the Acas website for further information and guidance, acas.org.uk/rwc2011
"The ACAS invitation has been accepted and arrangements are being made to find a date suitable for all parties involved."
The move to call in Acas followed sympathy protests backed byWelsh workers over a decision to bring in hundreds of Italian and Portuguese contractors to work on a new pounds 200m plant at the giant Lindsey Oil Refinery in North Lincolnshire.