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Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
Employers everywhere, sharpen your pencils and find your calculators.
Dentons
According to a recent survey by Deloitte, UK employers are more likely to offer staff mental health support at work than the global average.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has decided that compensation for injury to feelings can in principle be awarded in respect of working time detriment claims.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The level of certain awards which can be awarded by Employment Tribunals will increase from 6 April 2018.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The ECJ has once again shaken up rules on working time in a recent employment case on stand by shifts. Previously, on call or stand by shifts would count as working time ...
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The Court of Appeal has decided that the test was not whether the employer did all it could to determine whether an employee was disabled and exhaust every option open to them ...
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
An employer was found to have directly discriminated against an employee on the basis of a hearing disability it perceived that employee to have.
Stephenson Harwood
In Burgess & others v Bic, the Trustees were successful in arguing that pension in payment increases referable to pre April 1997 pensionable service had been validly granted.
Pinsent Masons LLP
Gender pay gap reporting in the UK has had an explosive effect in terms of shining a spotlight on the issue of female participation and progression in the workplace and holding companies...
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
The National Council of Rural Adviser's (NCRA) report last November found that: "Many rural businesses are unviable without EEA workers, in particular those small and medium enterprises (SMEs) ...
Dentons
The House of Commons Work and Pensions and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committees (the Committees) made recommendations in November 2017 for addressing the issues raised in the Taylor Review.
ICSA
The government responds to fears the law has fallen behind modern work, while the courts clarify collective bargaining, garden leave and public interest whistleblowing
ICSA
The gender pay gap is far more complex than some believe
Clyde & Co
Shared parental leave allows parents - both opposite and same sex couples, as well as those adopting a child - to share leave between them to care for their baby.
Wright Hassall LLP
Following Employment Tribunal decisions towards the end of 2017, it has been established that "sleep-ins" are covered by the National Minimum Wage (NMW) regulations.
Brodies LLP
There is no statutory obligation to do so.
Dentons
The Apprenticeship Levy has now been in force for a year. The government's aim in introducing the Levy was to reverse the decline in the use of apprenticeships by ring fencing funds...
Withers LLP
The government has published new regulations designed to offer an alternative way of dealing with debts triggered by employers under a defined benefit pension scheme.
Wrigleys Solicitors
The Pension Regulator sets out its revised description of a 'professional trustee. Earlier this year we reported that the Pensions Regulator (tPR) had issued a consultation document ...
Mishcon de Reya
With the first annual reporting window having closed on 4 April 2018, we look at how the luxury goods sector has fared in the first year of mandatory gender pay gap reporting.
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Brodies LLP
In Tillman v Egon Zehnder Limited the Court of Appeal held that a post-termination non-compete restrictive covenant in the employment contract of a senior executive was unenforceable.
Pinsent Masons LLP
The consultation closes on 21 September 2017, and the FCA expects to publish its new rules early next year.
Brodies LLP
An Opinion issued by Lord Tyre in the Court of Session last week provides that the applicable law for an asbestos-related claim is the law of the country where the "injury occurred", as opposed to the country ...
Goodman Derrick LLP
So we have reached the next stage in the plans for a potential major shake-up to employment law and the workplace, announced last year by the Government on a number of fronts on their setting up of the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices.
Taylor Vinters
As part of the GDPR 12 month countdown series, the Taylor Vinters HR GDPR team consider Employee Privacy Notices, and explain why all employers must give thought to constructing meaningful documentation in advance of 25th May 2018.
Clyde & Co
The Pensions Regulator has continued its "clearer, quicker and tougher" approach at the start of 2018.
Deloitte
Like many firms, across many industries, temporary labour providers have faced a number of challenges in recent months and for many innovation will be key to achieving ongoing success.
Dentons
New tax rules coming into force on 6 April 2018 will mean that income tax and national insurance contributions (NICs) must be paid on all payments in lieu of notice (PILONs) on termination of employment.
Taylor Vinters
Transgender issues have received increased publicity over recent years, in no small part due to the public transition of Caitlyn Jenner.
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
On April 6, 2018, there will be an important change to the way termination payments are taxed in the United Kingdom. New tax rules, which aim to simplify the taxation of termination payments ...
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