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Does An Employer Have To Assert A Specific Fair Reason For Dismissal To Defend A Constructive Dismissal Claim?
If an employee resigns and subsequently claims constructive unfair dismissal (by claiming an employer's action caused a fundamental breach to the employment contract),
UK
12 Sep 2019
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The Law Society Has Published Guidance To Workers On Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs)
The guidance is designed to clarify key aspects of NDAs and signposts where to get advice from.
UK
4 Sep 2019
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Employment Law Bulletin - August 2019
We take a brief look at some of the employment-related topics on which the Government is currently consulting.
UK
30 Aug 2019
4
Question Of The Month: How Should Holiday Pay Be Calculated For Term-Time Only Workers?
Part-time workers are commonly paid holiday pay at the rate of 12.07% of earnings. But how do employers come to this figure?
UK
29 Aug 2019
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Could An Employee Claim Breach Of Contract When She Had Been Working Illegally?
If someone is employed illegally, will they have any rights under the employment contract or any protection under employment law?
UK
12 Aug 2019
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Can Employers Change Terms And Conditions By Making Offers Directly To Workers And Avoiding Trade Union Negotiations?
Inducements to forgo collective bargaining: the risk of penal awards decreases after Court of Appeal decision.
UK
2 Jul 2019
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Question Of The Month: Can We Pay A Tax Free Lump Sum On Termination Of Employment?
Settlement agreements can provide a useful way of bringing what might be a difficult employment relationship to an end. They offer peace of mind for the employer
UK
12 Jun 2019
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Can The Directors Of A Limited Company Be Personally Liable For The Company's Breaches Of An Employment Contract?
It has already been decided by the courts that directors of a company can be held responsible for the wrong doing or "torts" of their company if they actively directed them.
UK
28 May 2019
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Teacher's Suspension Was Not In Breach Of Contract
Court of Appeal: employer had reasonable and proper cause to suspend pending investigation of allegations of unreasonable force against children
UK
21 Mar 2019
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New Scheme For Refunding Employment Tribunal And ET Fees Now In Operation
The Government announced in December its intended reforms following the 2017 Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices. In the "Good Work Plan",
UK
22 Jan 2019
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Welcome To 2019: What's Coming Up In Employment Legislation And Case Law?
A look ahead to some of the key changes impacting on employers planned for 2019/20
UK
10 Jan 2019
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Employment Law Bulletin - November 2018
November's cases include another "gig economy" decision, this time in the EAT
UK
10 Dec 2018
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Can An Employee Be Dismissed For Incapability If Their Contract Provides Long-Term Disability Benefits?
Incapability dismissal may be unfair and discriminatory if employee is contractually entitled to income when incapacitated by permanent disability.
UK
7 Dec 2018
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EAT Holds That Bank Worker Was Not An Employee
In Hafal Ltd v Lane-Angell, the EAT overturned the decision of an employment tribunal and held that a "bank worker" had no umbrella contract and so could not bring an unfair dismissal claim.
UK
16 Aug 2018
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Supreme Court Upholds Decision That "Independent Contractor" Was A Worker
In Pimlico Plumbers Ltd v Smith, the Supreme Court agreed that a nominally self-employed plumber was a worker and so entitled to paid annual leave and protection against discrimination.
UK
16 Aug 2018
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Employment Law Bulletin - June 2018
This month we report on the Supreme Court decision in Pimlico Plumbers Limited v Smith that a nominally self-employed plumber was a worker, and so entitled to paid annual leave and protection against discrimination.
UK
15 Aug 2018
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Cycle Courier Was A Worker And Entitled To Paid Statutory Holiday
Mr Gascoigne brought a claim for holiday pay to an employment tribunal.
UK
5 Jun 2018
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Significant Pay Cut Will Be A Repudiatory Breach Grounding A Constructive Claim, Even If Employer Had Good Reasons To Cut Pay
In October and November 2015, all staff had individual meetings where they were told that S and P needed to save money.
UK
4 Jun 2018
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Disciplinary Process Was Not A "Last Straw" Entitling The Employee To Resign And Claim Constructive Dismissal
For example, a non-compliant grievance or disciplinary appeal process could be the "last straw" grounding a constructive dismissal claim.
UK
4 Jun 2018
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