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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


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


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

Obesity can be a disability

The ECJ has delivered its judgment in the Danish case of Karsten Kaltoft v Municipality of Billund, ruling that severe cases of obesity can amount to a disability.
19 December 2014

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

FirstGroup PLC v Doug Paulley; The High Court has dismissed Unison’s second judicial review application challenging the legality of employment tribunal fees; and more...
18 December 2014


How far must transport providers go to ensure access to wheelchair users on buses?

The Court of Appeal has provided much needed clarity on the use of wheelchair space on buses. We consider the key issues and a conflicting judgment made prior to the Court of Appeal judgment.
17 December 2014


Employing workers who are under 18: legal compliance

Employers with workers under 18 years of age on their books should consider a range of legal issues before and during employment, as Peter Finding explains in this article for Employers' Law.
16 December 2014

Employment Edit – what's new in employment law

Personal service and subordination must be present for there to be an employment relationship; the draft Maternity and Parental Leave etc (Amendment) Regulations 2014 have been published; and more…
20 November 2014

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