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Workplace Pensions In Germany: What You Need To Know
In Germany, paying contributions to the statutory (state) social security pension is compulsory for most employees and their employers
Germany
15 Aug 2019
2
Vietnam Issues New Regulations Implementing Its Anti-Corruption Law, Effective 15 August 2019
On 1 July 2019 the Vietnamese government issued new regulations pursuant to Decree No. 59/2019/ND-CP (the New Regulations)
Vietnam
9 Aug 2019
3
FIG Bulletin, 2 August 2019
Following the publication of a commencement order, reported in the FIG Bulletin last week, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has now published its final rules on the extension
European Union
8 Aug 2019
4
Ask, Don't Get – Agency Worker Had No Right To Same Hours As Employees
Under the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) after a twelve week qualifying period, agency workers have the right to the same
UK
1 Aug 2019
5
Something New – Government Consults On Parental Leave Rights
The consultation document "Good Work Plan: Proposals to support families" has potentially far-reaching implications
UK
1 Aug 2019
6
Something Old – Government Responds To Two Consultations
Earlier in the year, the government ran two consultation exercises. One focussed on the use of confidentiality clauses
UK
1 Aug 2019
7
The Pension Regulator's New Approach – What Should Employers Expect?
After the BHS debacle, the Pensions Regulator (TPR) announced it was adopting a "clearer, quicker and tougher approach".
UK
29 Jul 2019
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Individuals As Whistleblowers
Cartels are by their nature hard to uncover and regulators rely – to a large part – on appealing to companies' wallets. Immunity and leniency policies
UK
24 Jul 2019
9
Government Consultation On Sexual Harassment In The Workplace
When it responded to the Women and Equalities Select Committee report on sexual harassment in the workplace, the government promised to consult on various issues raised in the report
UK
23 Jul 2019
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Not All In A Day's Work. Facebook Post Not "In The Course Of Employment"
An employer is only vicariously liable for acts of employees if those acts are done "in the course of employment". In LHR Airport Ltd v Forbes the EAT considered whether a Facebook
UK
23 Jul 2019
11
Cut It Out! Covenant Severed To Make It Enforceable
The courts have blown hot and cold about how far it is possible to sever a covenant that goes beyond what is reasonably necessary in order to make it enforceable.
UK
23 Jul 2019
12
What's The Cost? Pay Progression Scale Not Age Discriminatory
An employer cannot justify a provision that is otherwise indirectly discriminatory on the basis of cost alone.
UK
10 Jul 2019
13
Tell Me More. Disclosures Did Not Contain Sufficient Information
Employees will be protected as whistleblowers if they have disclosed information that they reasonably believe tends to show that someone has failed to comply with a specified matter.
UK
10 Jul 2019
14
Perception Is King – Rejection For Hearing Impairment Perceived Disability Discrimination
In The Chief Constable of Norfolk v Coffey the Court of Appeal has considered the issue of perceived disability discrimination for the first time.
UK
10 Jul 2019
15
Towards A Reform Of Our Pension System With The Pension Agreement!
After earlier failed negotiations in the autumn of 2018 and a national public transport strike, the 'poldering' finally produced a Pension Agreement.
Netherlands
2 Jul 2019
16
No Handbrake Turns – Holiday Pay Included Voluntary Overtime Pay
The direction of travel in terms of how to calculate holiday pay has been clear in recent years – employees should receive their "normal remuneration" during periods of leave
UK
28 Jun 2019
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Women And Equalities Select Committee Report On NDAs
The Women and Equalities Select Committee conducted an inquiry into the use of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) in discrimination cases because of concerns that NDAs
UK
28 Jun 2019
18
Veto Rights – Pay Offer To Employees Not An Unlawful Inducement
It is unlawful for an employer to make an offer to a union member if the purpose of making the offer is that the terms of employment, or one such term, will not be or will no longer be determined
UK
28 Jun 2019
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Fit Note – Refusal Of International Posting Not Disability Discrimination
The difficulties in succeeding in a direct disability discrimination claim are illustrated by the Court of Appeal decision in Owen v Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Ltd.
UK
25 Jun 2019
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All In A Day's Work – Employers Should Record Daily Working Time
In a decision that will have a potentially significant impact in many European jurisdictions, the CJEU has found that Member States must ensure that employers keep records
UK
25 Jun 2019
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