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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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Managing poor performance at work: five frequently asked questions

Managing poor performance is rarely simple or swift, particularly for employers with detailed capability procedures. Huw Cooke looks at five questions HR advisers may face here.
05 February 2016

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Welcome to Employment Edit: this fortnight's updates relate to race discrimination, personal messages at work, zero hours contracts and data protection.
14 January 2016

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Linking pay to length of service does not indirectly discriminate against a Muslim prison chaplain; the draft National Minimum Wage (Amendment) Regulations 2016; and more...
17 December 2015

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In Focus - December 2015

In our quarterly employment law update, we discuss tips on conducting disciplinary and grievance investigations and the latest employment law news.
10 December 2015

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Office of Tax Simplification's report on employment status will be taken forward; the apprenticeship levy on larger employers will be introduced in April 2017; and more...
03 December 2015

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

No need to retrospectively recalculate any accrued annual leave when a worker increases hours, or goes full-time; the criminal prosecution of three former directors of City Link has failed; and more…
19 November 2015

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Annual slavery and human trafficking statements from 31 March 2016; public sector exit payments cap; tackling intimidation of non-striking workers; and more...
05 November 2015

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

City Link and correct procedures in redundancy situations; contractual grievance may be entitled to protection under the whistleblowing legislation; guidance on zero hours contracts; and more…
22 October 2015

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Collective redundancies: the risk of criminal prosecution

The decision to prosecute three former directors of parcel delivery firm City Link serves as a stark reminder of the importance of following the correct procedures in redundancy situations.
19 October 2015

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Speaking up in the financial services sector: new rules on whistleblowing

The PRA and FCA have introduced a new set of rules designed to bolster the culture of “speaking up” within financial services firms. These are relevant to all firms in the financial services sector.
14 October 2015
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