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Sickness absence: four steps to spotting and dealing with malingerers

How do HR manage employees whose absence patterns suggest they are malingerers? Catharine Cooksley, looks at recent legal cases and provides four steps employers can take to deal with the problem.
27 April 2016

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

This fortnight's updates cover religious discrimination, national minimum wage and living wage, data protection and recruitment. 
21 April 2016

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Welcome to Employment Edit: this fortnight's updates cover restrictive covenants, immigration skills charge, apprentices/young workers, sex discrimination and national minimum wage and living wage.
07 April 2016

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Employers’ Liability

Two recent decisions of the Supreme Court have highlighted the scope of employers' liability for acts which are outside their control.
06 April 2016

Taxation of termination payments

HMRC undertook a consultation exercise on the taxation of termination payments in July 2015. A summary of the responses and a consultation on the draft legislation will be published later in 2016.
04 April 2016

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Welcome to Employment Edit: this fortnight's updates cover gender pay reporting, childcare vouchers, shared parental leave and National minimum wage.
24 March 2016

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Corporate Healthcare Trusts

Our briefing looks at when corporate healthcare trusts might be used (when an employer self-insures healthcare benefits for their employees, with possible cost savings and better cost control).
22 March 2016

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Welcome to Employment Edit: this fortnight's updates cover vicarious liability, discriminatory advertising, whistleblowing, bonus cap and statutory payments.
10 March 2016

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REWARD - Gender pay reporting

Caroline Harwood, director of incentives and Annelise Tracy Phillips, senior employment lawyer at Burges Salmon, review the draft Gender Pay Information Regulations.
08 March 2016

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FCA confirms that bonus cap will not apply to smaller firms

For Level 3 financial services firms, the PRA and FCA have confirmed in a joint statement issued 29 February 2016 that they will not require these smaller firms to apply the ‘bonus cap’.
08 March 2016

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Welcome to Employment Edit, our pick of the key employment law developments from the last couple of weeks. This fortnight's updates cover gender pay reporting, holiday pay and data protection.
26 February 2016

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Welcome to Employment Edit: this fortnight's updates cover data protection, disability discrimination, settlement payments and national living wage.
11 February 2016
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