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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


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


Think global for future employment

Huw Cooke advises on the implications for universities of employing overseas students, in a piece for University Business online.
18 July 2014


Holiday pay calculations

Luke Bowery looks at the impact of the game-changing decision in Lock v British Gas Trading Ltd and others in this piece for Reward Magazine
17 July 2014

Employee benefits: NICs pitfalls

A recent Supreme Court decision has found that where an employer makes a payment for an employee’s benefit to, for example, a pension fund or insurance company, NICs should not usually be charged.
11 July 2014

Employment Edit - what's new in employment law

Right to request flexible working is extended; the Small Business, Enterprise & Employment Bill 2014-15 is published; the Equality Act 2010 (Equal Pay Audits) Regulations 2014 are published in draft.
03 July 2014

Employees' Rights To Flexible Working: A Right To Ask

From 30 June this year the right to request flexible working will be extended to nearly all employees.
02 July 2014


Private Client Briefing - Summer 2014

Our latest update on the topical issues and legal developments for private clients.
02 July 2014

Flexible working changes

All employees (with 26 weeks' continuous service) now have the right to request flexible working. Previously, the right only applied to parents of children under 17 or for those caring for an adult.
30 June 2014

Zero hours contracts

The government has announced plans to ban exclusivity clauses in contracts that offer no guarantee of work and to improve transparency of zero hours contracts.
27 June 2014

Employment Edit - what's new in employment law

Death does not relieve an employer of obligations to make payments in lieu of untaken holiday; ECJ considers whether obesity is classed as a disability; Employment Practices Bill published in draft.
19 June 2014

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