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Dentons
In the recent case of Seahorse Maritime Ltd v. Nautilus International the Court of Appeal considered the meaning of "establishment" in the context of an employer's duty to collectively
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
Acas has published new guidance on handling neurodiversity in the workplace. Neurodiversity refers to different ways the brain can use and interpret information. This includes attention deficit
Mayer Brown
In a consultation paper issued on 5 March, the second consultation on the IR35 changes, the government confirmed the intention is still to apply the IR35 reforms to the private sector in April 2020.
Dentons
The Supreme Court has granted Morrisons permission to appeal against the Court of Appeal's ruling, which found that the supermarket chain was vicariously liable for a former employee's data
Mayer Brown
Nick looks at two recent cases. The first deals with the apportionment of liability where agency workers are underpaid, and the second looks at unfair claims for asserting a breach of a statutory right.
Withers LLP
The worry that an employee might not be working from home as expected is nothing new. However, as more companies adopt flexible working practices and allow employees to work from home,
Clyde & Co
We set out details of 5 developments that could have a significant impact on HR practice.
Hogan Lovells
The City of Oxford Bus Services Ltd t/a Oxford Bus Company v Harvey involved an indirect religious discrimination claim.
Hogan Lovells
Under the statutory trade union recognition procedure, the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC) will not accept a recognition application unless the application is for recognition by the employer
Hogan Lovells
In most disciplinary situations it will be part of a fair process for an employer to carry out an investigation into suspected misconduct before deciding to take disciplinary action.
Wrigleys Solicitors
A disabled employee should have been offered a dedicated parking space as a reasonable adjustment in line with the employer's own policy
Arthur Cox
Despite the ambiguity surrounding Brexit, employment law has continued to evolve. While Brexit generally remains in limbo, post-Brexit immigration enjoys a degree of certainty and clarity. For example:
Dentons
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, non-disclosure agreements have been a hotly-debated topic, particularly where they are used to prevent employees from bringing claims of sexual harassment.
Littler Mendelson
In the brave new world of online dating, it's an increasingly common problem: you hit it off with someone right away ...
Hogan Lovells
Under the Working Time Regulations 1998, subject to any collective or workforce agreement, workers have a right to an uninterrupted rest period of at least 20 minutes spent away from their work station.
Hogan Lovells
NDAs have been in the spotlight for some time, with the Women and Equalities Select Committee in particular expressing concern about the use of "unenforceable and unethical clauses".
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
A number of cases have looked at worker status in recent years, focused mostly around the ‘gig economy' with claims against companies including Uber and Deliveroo.
Hogan Lovells
The EAT dismissed the appeal.
Hogan Lovells
There have, however, been long-held concerns about non-compliance with the rules by intermediaries.
Clyde & Co
A Claimant's hearing loss claim was struck out when their solicitors failed to adequately explain why their medical expert had not responded to Part 35 Questions.
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Withers LLP
The worry that an employee might not be working from home as expected is nothing new. However, as more companies adopt flexible working practices and allow employees to work from home,
Clyde & Co
A Claimant's hearing loss claim was struck out when their solicitors failed to adequately explain why their medical expert had not responded to Part 35 Questions.
Dentons
In the recent case of Seahorse Maritime Ltd v. Nautilus International the Court of Appeal considered the meaning of "establishment" in the context of an employer's duty to collectively
Arthur Cox
Despite the ambiguity surrounding Brexit, employment law has continued to evolve. While Brexit generally remains in limbo, post-Brexit immigration enjoys a degree of certainty and clarity. For example:
Hogan Lovells
In most disciplinary situations it will be part of a fair process for an employer to carry out an investigation into suspected misconduct before deciding to take disciplinary action.
Waterfront Solicitors LLP
During the hiring process, employers will usually request the names and contact details of a candidate's current employer in order to obtain a reference.
Clyde & Co
We set out details of 5 developments that could have a significant impact on HR practice.
Wrigleys Solicitors
A disabled employee should have been offered a dedicated parking space as a reasonable adjustment in line with the employer's own policy
Hogan Lovells
Under the statutory trade union recognition procedure, the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC) will not accept a recognition application unless the application is for recognition by the employer
Hogan Lovells
The City of Oxford Bus Services Ltd t/a Oxford Bus Company v Harvey involved an indirect religious discrimination claim.
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