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first_imgThis spring the management committee of the Employment Lawyers Association (ELA) decided to conduct a survey of its 5,500 members across England, Wales and Scotland to gain a clear understanding of their experience as representatives in employment tribunals. The exercise involved canvassing opinion on suggestions for reform, with the aim of improving efficiency and saving time and cost for all users of the employment tribunals (including the employees and employers our members represent). Our survey struck a nerve with our members. Some 20% responded, which, when taking into account individual responses and those who responded on behalf of their firms, was a significant proportion for such a survey. Most respondents were solicitors in private practice (81%). The ELA survey results coincided with the Tribunals Service announcing in July that, from April 2009 to March 2010, there was a staggering 56% rise in the number of claims being accepted by employment tribunals. The ELA survey revealed substantial dissatisfaction with the current performance of the employment tribunal system – hardly surprising perhaps, given the huge rise in the number of claims issued against the backcloth of recession. Some 31% of ELA members indicated that they were dissatisfied and 4% very dissatisfied with the service the employment tribunals provide. Only 33% indicated they were ‘satisfied’, in contrast to the 71% quoted in the recent Annual Statistics for Tribunals as a whole for 2009-10. And 56% of ELA members had experienced a decline in service, with the majority pointing to inadequate resourcing as the main cause. One key theme to emerge was concern about the lack of consistency around the country, with 83% indicating members believed employment tribunals do not adopt a consistent approach to practice and procedure. Some 75% indicated they believed employment judges were not being consistent in their judicial approach to handling cases. A very high proportion (over 93%) believed users would benefit from greater consistency. A number of suggestions were made to achieve greater consistency including the introduction of standard directions. Several problem areas in practice were raised, including: short notice postponements of substantive hearings; delays in listing procedural hearings; and cases going ‘part heard’ because of lack of judicial time. Only half were satisfied with the employment tribunals’ approach to costs applications and 68% said something needs to be done to deal more effectively with vexatious litigants. Several procedural reform proposals attracted widespread support, such as improved case tracking, more correspondence by email, use of standard agendas for case management discussions and holding discussions by telephone. A large proportion (79%) wanted large-scale equal pay claims to be handled by a single employment tribunal office. Many respondents also favoured judges sitting alone on cases such as unfair dismissals, to ease pressure on the system. ELA members were also surveyed on more radical suggestions taken from practices of other courts in the UK and around the world, including listing main hearings from Monday to Thursday, and reserving Fridays for procedural hearings, which attracted 60% support. In contrast, only 26% either strongly or fully supported ‘out of hours’ hearings with 32% completely opposed to the idea. One factor which increases the length of hearings is the reading out by witnesses of all or part of their witness statements. Somewhat surprisingly, only 27% of survey respondents fully supported taking witness statements as read, with 42% being strongly opposed to imposing a time limit on a witness for reading all or part of their statement. ELA hopes the large number of positive suggestions made for reform will be considered fully by those with the unenviable task of running employment tribunals in these difficult times. Joanne Owers is chair of the Employment Lawyers Association and chair of the ELA Working Party on Employment Tribunalslast_img read more

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first_imgDia mengatakan, baik orang tua ataupun pengasuh bisa membantu mengajarkan anak-anak bagaimana agar tetap berada di sebelah kiri saat berjalan, melihat kondisi lalu lintas di sekitar mereka berjalan, menggunakan jalur yag benar. Selain itu juga diajarkan bagaimana cara melewati atau mendahului pengguna jalan lain dengan aman, menggunakan sinyal tangan dan cara sopan bersepeda dengan kelompok mereka.Jika mengendarai sepeda, bermain scoot dan skating, helm merupakan alat keselamatan paling utama dan harus digunakan untuk melindungi kepala dari cedera. Helm yang digunakan juga harus ada stiker khusus yang di setujui standar helm.Sebelum mengantar anak mereka berangkat ke sekolah sampai ke jalanan, berlututlah untuk menjadi setinggi mereka. Sebab dengan cara ini, orang tua bisa melihat sudut pandang anak-anak di jalanan dan menjelaskan potensi bahaya yang akan terjadi dan memberikan informasi untuk penanganannya.Akurangi mengatakan, begitu pula bila orang tua mengantar anak mereka dengan mobil, pastikan mobil berhenti dengan tepat dan biarkan anak-anak masuk atau keluar dari mobil di sisi jalan setapak bukan jalan raya.“Jika pergi dengan bus, anak-anak harus mengerti untuk berdiri di tempat perhentian bus saat menunggu. Naik dan turunlah saat bus benar-benar berhenti untuk menghindari cedera karena terburu-buru,” ujar Akurangi.Dengan adanya peringatan di atas, pihak kepolisian juga ingin agar orang tua kembali menguji cara menjaga keselamatan anak-anak sebelum sekolah dimulai kembali. Manajer operasi pemolisian jalan Inspektur Peter McKennie mengatakan bahwa liburan musim panas yang lama membuat sebagian anak mungkin telah melupakan beberapa peraturan dasar yang harus mereka ikuti agar aman di perjalanan.“Menambah kegembiraan mereka untuk kembali ke sekolah dan melihat teman mereka dan ini bisa berarti mereka akan kurang waspada terhadap bahaya lalu lintas di sekitar mereka,” ujar McKennie. Pihak kepolisian meminta orang tua untuk duduk bersama anak mereka sebelum akhir liburan dan berdiskusi tentang peraturan keselamatan jalan, terutama anak-anak yang akan pergi ke sekolah sendiri.Baca juga: Perkenalkan Flagman, Robot Pengatur Lalu Lintas di India“Bantu mereka untuk memilih rute teraman untuk sampai ke sana dan melakukan beberapa latihan berjalan atau bersepeda bersama mereka, jadi mereka terbiasa dengan rute dan tempat teraman untuk menyeberang. Uji pengetahuan keselamatan jalan anak-anak Anda sebelum sekolah dimulai kembali. Saat anak-anak kembali ke sekolah minggu depan, kami ingin orang tua meluangkan waktu untuk memeriksanya agar sesuai dengan keamanan jalan,” ujarnyaShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedAtasi Kebosanan Selama Penerbangan, Emirates Rancang Program Khusus Untuk Anak28/10/2017In “Destinasi”Tingkatkan Keamanan Bus Sekolah, IMMI Kembangkan Fitur SafeGuards FlexPlus21/03/2018In “Bus dalam kota”Hadapi Karantina Wilayah, Ini 8 Hal yang Bisa Anda Lakukan Bersama Anak di Rumah31/03/2020In “Featured” Ilustrasi orang tua saat mengajarkan anak tentang keselamatan di jalan raya (gisborneherald.co.nz) Lalu lintas jalan raya yang padat bisa saja membuat orang melupakan keselamatan dirinya bahkan orang lain. Padahal kehati-hatian adalah kunci dalam keselamatan baik saat berkendara maupun berjalan kaki. Di Grisborne, Oakland, Amerika Serikat, anak-anak diajak untuk kembali belajar tentang keselamatan diri mereka di jalan raya baik saat pergi maupun pulang dari sekolah.Baca juga: Serba-Serbi Rumble Strip, “Polisi Tidur Mini” Yang Kerap Dijumpai di Jalan TolPetugas pendidikan keselamatan di jalan, Tairawhiti Dianne Akurangi mengatakan ingin memastikan anak-anak dan orang tua tetap aman dalam perjalanan mereka ke dan dari sekolah dengan transportasi apapun. “Anak-anak dibawah 10 tahun harus selalu bersepeda dengan orang dewasa,” ujar Akurangi yang dikutip KabarPenumpang.com dari laman gisborneherald.co.nz (26/1/2018).last_img read more

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first_imgMartin Raynov is another football player who parted ways with Levski, he learned Gong.bg. Until the end, everything indicated that the Bulgarian would re-sign with the “blues”, as this was confirmed even by the team’s coach – Georgi Todorov.The current contract of the footballer is until the end of the season and the initial agreement was to be extended, but in the end the two parties could not understand each other, which ruined the deal.Anton UzunovHali Thiam, Milan Mijatovic, Deni Alar and Filipe Nascimento have already left Levski. The future of the other foreigners in the team remains unclear, given the difficult financial situation at the club.Currently, the players are disbanded and will rest for a week, after which they will start preparing for the new campaign. Follow us anywhere and anytime with the mobile application of Gong.bg. You can download it from Google Play, App Store and AppGallery.last_img read more

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