News round-up for week ending 7 September 2007

  • Survey finds gender pay gap increase among senior employees.
  • IPPR recommend a minimum wage for London workers.
  • Mandatory time off for union representative training expected to be announced at the Trades Union Congress.
  • Sexual orientation discrimination claim resumes against HSBC.
  • UK law firms abandon PQE associate lockstep systems for merit-based promotions.
  • Further age claim against Freshfields withdrawn.
  • Acas launches new online training courses.

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