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Back to school: top 10 tips for employers at the start of the new term

Kate Redshaw runs through a list of key action points for employers over the coming months in this article for Personnel Today.
16 September 2014

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

A fall in employment tribunal claims; guide to the new right to unpaid time off to accompany a pregnant woman to ante-natal appointments; Acas has issued new guidance on dress codes and appearance.
11 September 2014

Pensions Regulator settles Lehman case

The Pensions Regulator has agreed a £184 million settlement with PwC which means the UK Lehman scheme will not go into the Pension Protection Fund.
03 September 2014

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Outsourcing: safe to assume TUPE applies?; the Equality and Human Rights Commission has launched a call for evidence about how religion or belief may have affected experiences in the workplace.
28 August 2014

TUPE update

A recent case Horizon Security Services Limited v (1) Ndeze (2) The PCS Group shows that TUPE does not always apply to outgoing contractors.
28 August 2014

The importance of making reasonable adjustments during a redundancy process

In London Borough of Southwark v Charles, the EAT recently upheld a Tribunal decision that an employer failed to make reasonable adjustments for a disabled employee in a redundancy exercise.
28 August 2014

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

New Health and Work Service will be launched in late 2014; The draft Shared Parental Leave Regulations have now been laid before Parliament; McMillan v Airedale and severe disciplinary penalties.
14 August 2014

Disciplinary penalties following internal appeals

In McMillan v Airedale NHS Foundation Trust, the Court of Appeal recently decided that an employer could not impose a more severe disciplinary penalty following an internal appeal. Why?
13 August 2014

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Obesity discrimination - how long do we have to wait?

The obesity epidemic that is sweeping the developed world. The NHS views obesity as its biggest challenge, killing millions of people and costing billions. Cooke investigates recent case law here.
13 August 2014

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

EAT considering overtime inclusion in holiday pay calculator in three co-joined cases; consultation on the draft National Minimum Wage (Consolidation) Regulations begun; and more...
31 July 2014

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In Focus - Employment Law News - Summer 2014

Welcome to the Summer 2014 edition of In Focus, our quarterly update keeping you informed of developments in employment law.
29 July 2014

Employment Edit - what's new in employment law

AG delivers opinion in the Karsten Kaltoft obesity case; EAT rules in Seldon v Clarkson Wright & Jakes micro-businesses exempt from obligation to inform and consult during TUPE transfers.
18 July 2014
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