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Redundancy – Pools
In "Fulcrum Pharma v Bonassera and HR Advantage" the EAT considered when it might be appropriate to include a subordinate employee in the 'pool' for selection for redundancy and whether employees should be consulted over who should go in the 'pool' in the first place.
UK
22 Dec 2010
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Redundancy - Consultation
In the recent case of "USA v Nolan" the Court of Appeal has asked the European Court of Justice (ECJ) to clarify the terms of the EU Directive that requires employers to consult with the workforce 'in good time' when contemplating collective redundancies.
UK
22 Dec 2010
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Royal Decree-Law 10/2010 Of 16 June, With Urgent Measures For Reforming The Labour Market (Official Spanish Gazette Of 17 June 2010)
Spanish labour market reform has been developing over the last three years, where employer associations, most representative trade unions and the Spanish government have not been able to reach any agreement.
Spain
19 Aug 2010
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Employees Made Redundant Must be Informed of the Grounds For Redundancy (August 2010)
Employees made redundant must be informed of the grounds for redundancy at the latest by the date they accept the CRP (14 April 2010 n° 08-45.399 and 09-40.987.
France
18 Aug 2010
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Important Cases (Labour & Employment: Finland - August 2010)
Group of companies considered a single employer entity for redundancy process.
Finland
18 Aug 2010
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Case Update: Should an Employer Positively Discriminate in Favour of a Pregnant Employee in a Potential Redundancy Situation?
B was an associate solicitor employed in the Real Estate department at Eversheds (E), a firm of solicitors. In 2008 it was decided that redundancies needed to be made in the Real Estate group.
UK
13 Jul 2010
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Collective Consulation - 'Special Circumstances' and Mitigating Factors
In "Shanahan Engineering v Unite" the EAT recently considered the level of protective award payable to 50 employees who had been made redundant with no prior consultation, in breach of s.188 Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 (TULRCA).
UK
4 May 2010
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Employment Law Update - New Legislation (Czech Republic) - February 2010
In the Czech Republic, the retirement pension system is based on social security contributions paid by the economically active part of the population and redistributed among senior citizens as the retirement pension.
Czech Republic
12 Mar 2010
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