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Employment Edit – what's new in employment law?

Right to request flexible working extended to employees with 26 weeks' service; a court decision in Jessemey v Rowstock Ltd; BIS seeks views on draft regulations for shared parental leave; and more…
14 March 2014

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When is it worth making tribunal cost claims?

Sarah Embleton and Natalie Jeffries discuss the recent changes to employment tribunal rules that give employment judges more flexibility when it comes to awarding costs to employers.
06 March 2014

Employment Edit - what's new in employment law

Acas issues further information on the new procedure for early conciliation in employment tribunal claims; penalties for employers who lose claims; changes to maximum compensatory awards.
27 February 2014

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How to save your business from bad weather: a lawyers guide

Floods and high winds aren't just devastating for households: if your employees can't get to work, it's bad for business, too. Ian Taylor looks into the legal implications that can arise.
27 February 2014

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Food, Farming and Land Quarterly

The latest edition of Food, Farming and Land Quarterly, discussing current issues in the sector.
27 February 2014

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EU law may be eroding state and diplomatic immunity in the UK

Peter Finding, an associate in the employment team at commercial law firm Burges Salmon, considers the implications. This piece was written for Diplomat magazine.
26 February 2014

Employment Edit - what's new in employment law

Acas publishes guide on changes to TUPE, UNISON’s challenge to employment tribunal fees is dismissed and new rates of SSP, SMP, SPP, SAP announced.
13 February 2014

New rates announced for statutory payments

Increases to the rates of statutory sick pay and the prescribed rate for statutory maternity pay , statutory paternity pay and statutory adoption pay have been announced.
12 February 2014

Confidentiality and the punishment for using your contracting party’s customer lists

When a contractual arrangement breaks down or is terminated, both parties may be tempted to contact their common customers to offer to continue the service. What are the potential pitfalls?
10 February 2014

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Changes to TUPE: what you need to know

Our Employment team looks at the changes to the TUPE regulations that came into effect on 31 January 2014 which were not as far reaching as originally proposed and generally welcomed by employers.
30 January 2014

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A heat of the moment resignation

Heated discussions can happen in the most harmonious workplaces, leading to on-the-spot resignations employees may later wish to retract. Bowery looks at options for employers in these circumstances.
29 January 2014

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Disciplinary action against union reps - handle with care

INEOS' action against union convenor reminded employers that trade union officials are not protected in disciplinary matters. Cameron explores the factors that should shape an employer’s approach.
28 January 2014
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