Letter: Unslick city.
IN THE not-too-distant future, I believe that Liverpool will be considered for the UK City of Culture for 2008. I do hope that when the ladies and gentlemen who are to judge our fair city arrive, perhaps by train, at Lime Street Station, that they do not walk to their hotel.
Recently my wife and I did this walk on our way to a meeting in Renshaw Street, and I was appalled at the state of the pavements, the boarded-up premises, and the run-Do you know what your rights in the workplace are, either as an employer or an employee?
As an employer are you satisfied that your systems and procedures will prevent anyone you dismiss taking you to the Employment Tribunal and succeeding in his claim?
As an employee do you suspect that you are being discriminated against in your job on the grounds of your race, sex or disability?
Employment law specialist Silverbeck Rymer will host a show for Channel 1 TV entitled Law At Work which begins a five-week run in June and which is designed to help both the employer and the employee in the workplace.
The programme will deal with unfair dismissal, discrimination, redundancy and many other employment issues.
We would like to hear from you if you are experiencing any difficulties at work or if you simply want to know what your employment rights are.
Please call the Law At Work hotline on 0845 050 8880. We can help you with free initial advice and might even feature your problem on air.
We would particularly like to hear from local businesses, small or large.
Graham Cysaght, Channel 1
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||May 24, 2002|
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