This week’s news in brief

first_imgThis week’s news in briefOn 18 Jul 2006 in Personnel Today Tribunal claims on the upThe number of cases taken to employment tribunal in the past year is expected to have risen sharply, according to official figures released today. The annual figures from the Employment Tribunal Service will show a huge rise in equal pay claims, driven by staff fighting thousands of cases against local authorities. The full report is available online at midday (Tuesday).www.employmenttribunals.gov.ukBBC appoints new HR chiefThe BBC has concluded its search for a new head of HR, appointing Stephen Kelly (pictured above) as director of BBC People. Kelly, chief HR and change officer at BT Global Services, will join the corporation on 2 October, replacing Stephen Dando, who moved to Reuters in April.www.personneltoday.com/36387.articleGraduate starting salariesStarting salaries for graduates in the public sector are higher than those in the private sector for the first time, research has revealed. The average salary for a public sector graduate will be £21,445 this year – 7% above the average private sector wage of £20,035. Civil Service pay is outpaced only by the lucrative oil industry, according to the figures from the Hay Group consultancy.www.personneltoday.com/36379.article Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more