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European Court Of Justice: Employers Must Implement A Daily Working Hours Registry
The European Court of Justice ("ECJ") recently ruled that all employers in EU Member States must implement a daily registry of employee working hours.
European Union
18 Jun 2019
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No Need To Record Working Hours In Call Cases
The Spanish Supreme Court has determined that a daily record of working hours must be maintained only when employees perform overtime hours.
Spain
3 Oct 2017
3
Government Proposals To Reform Employment Practices In The "Gig" Economy
The government appointed Matthew Taylor (a former adviser to the Blair government) to report on reforms necessary to the workplace to recognise modern workplace practices.
UK
3 Oct 2017
4
Direct Sex Discrimination Not To Pay A Male Employee Enhanced Shared Parental Pay On The Same Basis As Enhanced Maternity Pay
Capita had a number of policies in place relating to pay during periods of maternity and parental leave. Female employees taking maternity leave were entitled to 14 weeks of basic pay followed by...
UK
3 Oct 2017
5
Seminal Decisions On The Transfer Of Undertakings And Works Council Consultation In Insolvency Situations
Summer 2017 saw two important judgments at the intersection of employment law and insolvency law in the Netherlands.
Netherlands
2 Oct 2017
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A Post-Contractual Non-Compete Clause That Does Not Provide For The Statutory Non-Compete Compensation Is Void, Even If It Contains A Severability Clause
Non-compete clauses in the United Kingdom or United States do not typically provide for compensation.
Germany
2 Oct 2017
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Social Reforms Announced By Emmanuel Macron's Government
The government has issued these ordinances, and they are likely to be adopted around the end of September.
France
2 Oct 2017
8
Proposed UK Corporate Governance Reforms Target Executive Pay Justification, Employee Engagement
The UK government has proposed several corporate governance reforms in an effort to improve transparency and accountability in private and public employers.
UK
15 Sep 2017
9
Gender Pay Gap Reporting Laws Update
A reminder that the government has published its final draft form of the Gender Pay Gap Regulations, which come into force on 6 April 2017.
UK
22 Mar 2017
10
European Labour & Employment Law Update I November 2016
Necessary conditions for any such secondment are the continuation of the original employment agreement and that the secondment is for a fixed term.
European Union
14 Nov 2016
11
European Labour & Employment Update | August 2016
Here are a few Q&A that will give you a flavour of the issues.
European Union
9 Aug 2016
12
European Court Of Justice Asked To Consider Whether The Duty To Collectively Inform And Consult In A Large Scale Redundancy Should Include Or Exclude The Requirement For Dismissals To Be At One Establishment
We have previously reported on the EATís decision in cases which removed the requirement for collective redundancies to be made at "one establishment".
European Union
25 Apr 2014
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UK Government Reduces The Time Period During Which Previous Convictions Have To Be Disclosed To New Employers
The Government has reduced the period of time during which certain convictions need to be disclosed to new employers (known as the "rehabilitation period").
UK
25 Apr 2014
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Morrisons Supermarkets Not Vicariously Liable For An Employeeís Attack On Customer
In February 2014, the Court of Appeal determined that Morrisons was not vicariously liable for the acts of an employee who assaulted a customer.
UK
24 Apr 2014
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Challenging Fees
UNISON had applied for judicial review of the Lord Chancellorís decision to introduce Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal fees.
UK
24 Apr 2014
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Court Of Appeal Confirms That S.108(7) Of The Equality Act 2010 Outlaws Post-Termination Victimisation
The Court of Appeal stated that s.108(7) of the Equality Act 2010, which specifically excluded post-termination victimisation, was likely a drafting error.
UK
24 Apr 2014
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TUPE Ė All Change
The Collective Redundancies and Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) (Amendment) Regulations 2014 came into force on 31 January 2014.
UK
23 Apr 2014
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No Implied Term Requiring Payment For Unused Flexible Hours When Dismissed
In Vision Events (UK) Limited v Paterson, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held there was no implied term in an employeeís contract.
UK
23 Apr 2014
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EAT Orders Respondent To Reimburse Successful Claimant For EAT Fees Of £1,600
The EAT issued a conditional costs order requiring Nomura to reimburse a former employee the fee he paid to appeal his Employment Tribunal claim.
UK
23 Apr 2014
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Change In The Law Of Third-Party Harassment
From 1 October 2013 Section 65 of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 will come into force.
UK
27 Sep 2013
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