, who works as project manager for the implementing rules and regulations (IRR) of the Customs Modernization and Tariff Act (CMTA), said it hurts her to hear about the deputy speaker's disappointment when she had been working hard for the IRR of the CMTA.
Resolving disputes Most people will be aware of Acas
' high profile dispute resolution work.
The chairman of Acas
Ed Sweeney said: "This latest survey gives an important insight into Britain's workplaces during a difficult economic period.
"We are establishing contact with all the parties involved in this dispute and will be looking to see whether we can enable an Acas
process to allow the possibility of some form of dialogue to start.
Research released last year revealed that the Acas
website and its publications section benefit the UK economy by pounds 32m.
Gareth Petty, area director for Acas
Wales, said: "Creating a healthy workplace has strong benefits for individuals and organisations.
Approach the management again and if you don't have any joy consult ACAS
, the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service, warns that they could face sex discrimination cases if they allow men time off to watch England matches but insist women carry on working.
, a UK independent statutory body, has developed a free online learning package to help businesses and organisations best manage redundancies in the workplace.
Detailed talks at conciliation service Acas
on a new salary structure and conditions of employment will be tough.
What happens if the ACAS
officer brings about a settlement of the potential claim?
The concilliation service Acas
has published its Workplace Trends 2016 report, which features commentary from a range of experts on the areas most likely to affect workplace relations in the coming 12 months.