Articles about European Works Council
Staff reps aim to force bosses back to the table
Disagreements settled, negotiations resumed
My taxes went to Scotland and all I got was this lousy P45
Hewlett-Packard has begun the tricky task of convincing its workers in the UK and Europe to voluntarily take a pay cut. The vendor announced yesterday that it was pursuing a company wide pay cut as an alternative to redundancies as it negotiates the current economic downturn. But while US law gives the firm some latitude to …
EDS management are bunkered in a hotel near Heathrow mulling the future of thousands of UK and Europe-based staff, following Hewlett-Packard’s decision to slash nearly 25,000 jobs earlier this week. Yesterday the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union expressed fears that at least 3,000 UK workers would be given their …
'You wouldn't jump, so get ready for the push'
Come back, Carly!
Does it do what it says on the tin? Credit insurance, that is
Someone always pays, sooner or later
Corporate decision-making's got nowt on non-techie MDs
- HP sacks English employees to bag Scots gov jobs cash
- SCO vs. IBM battle resumes over ownership of Unix
- Microsoft lures buy-curious vixens, corduroys with a cheap fondle
- Google Chromebooks now in over 6,600 stores
- McAfee Channel Summit Bone up on fresh EU privacy law - or end up in the clink, IT biz warned
Guess who just tried to break into the warehouse?
Vendors struggling to reinflate the bubble
Hellawell on being 'tight' - and his part in Thatcher's downfall
Retail? We've heard of it