23 July 2018
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Small business leaders being urged to prioritise data security training as a first line of defence against workplace fraud.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has rejected the appeal from ride-hailing firm Uber.
There is a "spike" in the number of complaints by BBC employees alleging bullying and harassment.
More than 3,600 companies will begin paying employees a higher rate of voluntary living wage.
Base rate of interest has risen a quarter point to 0.5%, marking the first rise since July 2007.
B P Collins practice groups and lawyers star again in the latest Chambers UK results.
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