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The European Commission has agreed to extend the negotiating period on reviewing the Working Time Directive to 31st December 2012, given that negotiations are making progress.

According to a report released by Credit Suisse Research Institute, companies with at least one woman on the board have outperformed in terms of share price performance those with no women on the board over the course of the past six years. Companies with at least one woman on the board also exhibit higher return on equity, lower leverage and higher valuations.

A recent survey has found that when it comes to the question of what is acceptable behaviour in the workplace, office workers often set themselves higher standards than their employer actually expects.

The Court of Justice of the European Union has given its ruling in a Spanish case concerning sickness during annual leave.

A quarter of small business owners in the UK do not feel confident they would be able to recognise and address ill health, stress or depression among their staff, according to recent Bupa research.

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has welcomed measures aimed at resolving workplace disputes and reforming the employment tribunal system. It believes these measures will considerably improve small business owners' willingness to take on more employees.

Despite the recession, new research has revealed that employers are continuing to protect their staff with competitive benefits packages.

The Government has announced a package of reforms to the employment law system. Changes will include an overhaul of employment tribunals, which is expected to deliver £40 million a year in benefits to employers.

Over ten million people in the UK have seen their work-life balance deteriorate as a consequence of the recession.

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