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10 Questions To Ask About Any Investigation In Your Workplace
At its best an investigation is a genuine attempt to establish the truth.
UK
11 Jul 2018
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Sickness And Holiday Pay - The Latest Guidance From The EAT
The facts are straightforward. Mr Plumb was injured in an accident in April 2010. He remained on sick leave until his employment ended in February 2014. Mr Plumb did not request any holiday in 2010, 2011 or 2012.
UK
21 Jul 2015
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Sickness And Accrued Holiday
The Employment Appeal Tribunal case of Plumb -v- Duncan Print Group Ltd provides important guidance on how to deal with requests to take holiday that has accrued during periods of sickness absence – in particular, requests made after the end of the relevant holiday year.
UK
20 Jul 2015
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Collective Redundancy Consultation: Some Comfort For Employers
Employers do not need to count redundancies across the whole workforce when deciding whether they have reached the 20 employee threshold that obliges them to carry out collective redundancy consultation.
UK
9 Feb 2015
5
Remote Working: The Long Arm Of Employment Rights
More than a quarter of a million people emigrated from the UK in 2014.
UK
14 Jan 2015
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What's Coming Up In 2015?
In 2015, employers will have to adjust to a number of changes in employment legislation.
UK
6 Jan 2015
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Paternity Leave And Pay
Ordinary paternity leave is available to eligible male and female employees following the birth or adoption of a child.
UK
25 Nov 2014
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Changes To Adoption Leave And Pay
Rights to adoption leave and pay broadly mirror the rights that are given to birth mothers. However there are some major differences. The key rights and procedures are as follows.
UK
25 Nov 2014
9
A Checklist For Employers Before Letting An Employee Go
Employees have different rights and obligations depending on their contracts and matters such as their length of employment.
UK
19 Nov 2014
10
New Guidance On Checking The Right To Work And The Civil Penalty Scheme
The Home Office has published two guides to assist employers with recent changes to the UK rules on employing workers from outside the UK.
UK
6 Jun 2014
11
Boundless Requests
The current flexible working regime will change at the end of June when the right to make a request will open to all employees with at least 26 weeks’ service.
UK
6 Jun 2014
12
Calculators At The Ready: ECJ Rules That Commission Should Be Taken Into Account When Calculating Holiday Pay
In recent years there has been a flurry of case law relating to the calculation of holiday pay.
UK
6 Jun 2014
13
Minding Your P's And Q's - Covertly Recorded Comments Can Come Back To Bite You
Employers and the courts are increasingly having to wrestle with covert recordings made by employees and when they should be admitted as evidence.
UK
4 Apr 2014
14
Goodbye Questionnaires, Hello Penalties
On 6 April a long standing feature of the law prohibiting discrimination at work will change, when discrimination questionnaires are ‘abolished’.
UK
25 Mar 2014
15
Bound To Conciliate
Employers are going to be affected by a change to the process for starting a tribunal claim in the form of mandatory pre-claim conciliation through ACAS.
UK
25 Mar 2014
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Changes To Statutory Payments
The Government decided that the annual uprating of a week’s pay and the maximum compensatory award for unfair dismissal should also be moved to April.
UK
25 Mar 2014
17
Automatically Transferred
Changes to pension protection on a TUPE transfer take effect from 6 April 2014.
UK
25 Mar 2014
18
Termination Without Tears (Video Content)
A number of tips for employers wanting to avoid confusion when they terminate employment contracts.
UK
19 May 2013
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Top Tips For HR Professionals: Post Termination Restrictions (Video Content)
Meriel Schindler discusses top tips for HR professionals: post termination restrictions.
UK
15 May 2013
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Myth Busting: Post Termination Restrictions
There are several prevailing myths about post-termination restrictions. One myth is that post-termination restrictions do not work or are not worth the paper they are written on. This is not true.
UK
2 Jan 2013
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