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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
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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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Have Your Say On Work/Family Life Balance, The Gig Economy And Ill-Health Related Job Loss
Consultations are a useful way to provide feedback on particular topics and represent a real opportunity for individuals and organisations to provide working knowledge and practical experience on the issues the government is seeking to tackle.
UK
8 Aug 2019
4
Employment Law Bulletin - July 2019
As temperatures soar, we consider some of the current hot topics for employers in four complex and interesting cases in the EAT and Court of Appeal.
UK
7 Aug 2019
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Question Of The Month: Can An Employee Make A Covert Recording?
Making a covert recording could be gross misconduct in some circumstances but the recording may be admissible in the employment tribunal
UK
1 Aug 2019
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Paying Women On Maternity Leave More Than Men On Shared Parental Leave Is Not Discriminatory
No discrimination where special treatment is afforded to women in connection with pregnancy or childbirth
European Union
21 Jun 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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Employment Law Bulletin - April 2019
A disabled employee should have been offered a dedicated parking space as a reasonable adjustment in line with the employer's own policy
UK
3 Jun 2019
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When Will Time Spent On Call Be Considered 'Time Work' For The Purposes Of The National Minimum Wage?
Case law has been grappling for some time with the complex issue of determining when a worker who is "on call" or on a sleep-in shift is undertaking 'time work'
UK
30 May 2019
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Council Liable For Losses Due To Teacher's Reliance On Incorrect TPS In-Service Death Benefits Statements
Mrs S was a part time teacher employed by Liverpool City Council at St Paul's Catholic Junior School.
UK
5 Mar 2019
11
Guidance To Help Employers Close The Gender Pay Gap
The Government Equalities Office publishes new guidance as 2019's gender pay gap reporting deadline approaches
UK
22 Feb 2019
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Is Enhanced Maternity Pay Discriminatory On The Ground Of Sex?
Many employers have more favourable provisions for pay during maternity leave than for those taking adoption leave or shared parental leave.
UK
22 Jan 2019
13
Equality And Human Rights Commission (EHRC) : More Employers Should Publish Gender Pay Gap Narratives And Action Plans
In December, EHRC published a report on the first round of gender pay gap reporting, focusing on explanatory narratives and action plans.
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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Part-Time Airline Worker Was Treated Less Favourably Because Of Her Part-Time Status
Court of Appeal holds purser paid 50% of full-time pay when available for work for more than 50% of full-time hours was less favourably treated.
UK
20 Nov 2018
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Hours Spent Sleeping By Sleep-In Care Workers Should Not Be Taken Into Account When Calculating NMW
In Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake, the Court of Appeal overturned an EAT decision that care workers were actually working throughout a sleep-in shift.
UK
10 Oct 2018
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HMRC: Pre-Transfer NMW Liabilities Will Now Be Enforced Against The Transferee
From 2 July 2018, HMRC will apply all National Minimum Wage (NMW) liabilities, including the full penalty amount, to the new employer following a TUPE transfer.
UK
10 Oct 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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