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Published 20 November 2014
We have already sent out a number of alerts this month. Of most significance were our alerts about how holiday pay should be calculated where workers ordinarily receive overtime. The High Court has also heard Unison's second judicial review application recently and looked at whether employment tribunal fees are lawful.
The proposals are that:
The proposals also set out a number of obligations on employers including requiring the old employer to:
The new employer will be obliged to:
The main impact of these proposals will obviously be on the individual employees who may need to pay back some of their settlement monies. However, the obligations on both the old and new employers will mean more administration for them when exiting highly paid individuals.
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