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Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Commission should be included in the calculation of holiday pay; an employer may limit the scope of its investigation where an employee admits allegations of misconduct; and more…
26 March 2015

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Employment law timeline 2015

Our Employment law timeline will guide you through the changes announced by the government as part of its review of employment law.
25 March 2015

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Employment law factsheet

To guide you through the key changes included in the government's review of employment law, please see our Employment Law Factsheet.
25 March 2015

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Gender pay data reporting; a helpful EAT decision for employers in relation to disability discrimination; the Fit for Work referral service roll out; and more…
12 March 2015

Employers to publish gender pay gap data

UK employers with 250 or more employees will have to publish gender pay data now that the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act has become law.
12 March 2015

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Land Registry v Houghton automatic disentitlement to a bonus amounted to unfavourable treatment; The Business Secretary has announced a review into the impact of employment tribunal fees; and more…
26 February 2015

Constructive dismissal and the effect of delay in resigning

Burges Salmon acted for the employer in the case of Colomar Mari v Reuters Ltd, successfully arguing before the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) that the employee was not too unwell to resign.
12 February 2015

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Avoiding potential Employment Law problems when working with apprentices

In the second of two Employers' Law articles on employing young people, Adrian Martin provides a brief overview of employment law in relation to apprenticeship schemes.
11 February 2015

Duty to collectively consult in redundancy situations

The Woolworths case: Advocate General's opinion issued about the extent of the employer's obligation to collectively consult in redundancy situations.
05 February 2015

Penalty for employing illegal workers

With the current political spotlight on immigration, employers will want to be particularly careful about the processes that they have in place to avoid employing illegal workers.
26 January 2015

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In Focus - Winter 2015

In this edition of our quarterly employment law update, we look at the Fit for Work advice service, retrospective holiday pay claims and a case about whether obesity can amount to a disability.
21 January 2015

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

BIS has launched an online calculator for maternity, paternity and shared parental leave; Guidance for employers on the new Fit for Work service; and more…
15 January 2015
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