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Social Media And The Workplace
In the recent case of Whitham v Club 24 T/A Ventura ET/18/0462/10
UK
31 May 2012
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Employment Rights - New Compensation Limits And Increase In Qualifying Period For Unfair Dismissal
The annual Employment Rights (Increase of Limits) Order 2011 has been published.
UK
16 May 2012
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Social Media And The Workplace
In the recent case of Whitham v Club 24 T/A Ventura ET/18/0462/10 ("Whitham v Club 24"), the Employment Tribunal considered whether the dismissal of an employee who had made derogatory comments on Facebook was unfair.
UK
17 Oct 2011
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Does LinkedIn Compromise Confidentiality?
It remains to be seen how far the law can protect employers’ business interests from exploitation by ex-employees using social media.
UK
14 Sep 2011
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Employment Status
The Supreme Court considers whether express contractual provisions in a consultancy agreement reflected genuine self-employment, and concludes that they did not.
UK
23 Aug 2011
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How Far Should Maternity Protection Stretch?
A recent EAT case demonstrates that employers can go too far when trying to compensate for disadvantage suffered by women on maternity leave during a redundancy selection process.
UK
12 May 2011
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The Ongoing Tension Between The Rescue Culture And The Protection Of Employee Rights
The EAT drew a distinction between liquidation, where the aim was to dispose of the undertaking and/or its assets, and administration, which has the primary purpose of achieving the continuation of the undertaking in the same hands (i.e. rescuing the company as a going concern).
UK
4 Mar 2011
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Salans Kyiv Employment Newsletter - June 2009
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, by resolution dated May 6, 2009 (hereinafter – the “Resolution”), amended the rules of entry for foreigners and stateless persons into Ukraine, their exit from Ukraine and transit through Ukrainian territory (hereinafter – the “Rules”) and also approved the list of countries, the citizens of which must provide evidence of their financial security for their stay in Ukraine, transit through Ukrainian territory and their departure.
Ukraine
10 Jul 2009
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Statutory Disciplinary And Grievance Procedures – The End?
On 6 April 2009, the Statutory Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures will be abolished. They will be replaced by a new ACAS Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures (the “New Code”).
UK
2 Feb 2009
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Disability Discrimination By Proxy
Coleman (C) was employed as a legal secretary from January 2001. The following year C gave birth to a son who suffered from apnoeic attacks and congenital laryngomalacia and bronchomalacia within the first years of his life.
UK
2 Oct 2008
11
Welcome Decision On The Effect Of Delays In Statutory Disciplinary Procedures
The Statutory Dismissal and Disciplinary Procedures (SDDPs) apply whenever an employer contemplates dismissing or taking relevant disciplinary action against an employee, irrespective of the employees length of service.
UK
2 Oct 2008
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Employment Disputes And Jurisdiction: Unravelling Workers´ Rights
Two recent cases have helped to clarify the current approach to determining jurisdiction in employment disputes involving UK workers posted abroad, or foreign workers in the UK.
UK
17 Mar 2008
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