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Employment Matters March 2018

Employment Matters March 2018

12 March 2018

Employment Matters February 2018

Employment Matters February 2018

08 February 2018

Good Work Plan - consultation rather than action?

Good Work Plan - consultation rather than action?

07 February 2018

Employment Matters January 2018

Employment Matters January 2018

05 January 2018

Employment Matters December 2017

Employment Matters December 2017

05 December 2017

Employment Lawyers Association: November Briefing

Employment Lawyers Association: November Briefing

30 November 2017

CJEU judgment opens door to backdated claims for unpaid holiday

CJEU judgment opens door to backdated claims for unpaid holiday

29 November 2017

Flexible working: an employer's perspective

Flexible working: an employer's perspective

20 November 2017

Worker status: the latest chapter

Worker status: the latest chapter

10 November 2017

Employment Matters November 2017

Employment Matters November 2017

08 November 2017

Tax: changes to taxation of termination payments from tax year 2018/2019

Tax: changes to taxation of termination payments from tax year 2018/2019

08 November 2017

Employment Matters October 2017

Employment Matters October 2017

03 October 2017

Mandatory retirement ages – soon to be a thing of the past?

Mandatory retirement ages – soon to be a thing of the past?

12 September 2017

Bullying in Disciplinary Processes - the Definitive View

Bullying in Disciplinary Processes - the Definitive View

08 September 2017

Employment Matters September 2017

Employment Matters September 2017

05 September 2017

Employment tribunal fees: Supreme Court brings the curtain down

Employment tribunal fees: Supreme Court brings the curtain down

05 September 2017

Absence of Malice: Disciplinary Procedures and Workplace Bullying

Absence of Malice: Disciplinary Procedures and Workplace Bullying

04 September 2017

Are you getting it right? Updated guidance issued on Employers' Right to Work Checks

Are you getting it right? Updated guidance issued on Employers' Right to Work Checks

29 August 2017

Here's your chance to shape the way the Post Brexit immigration system should look: MAC call for evidence

Here's your chance to shape the way the Post Brexit immigration system should look: MAC call for evidence

17 August 2017

Employment Matters August 2017

Employment Matters August 2017

04 August 2017

Supreme Court rules tribunal fees are unlawful

Supreme Court rules tribunal fees are unlawful

26 July 2017

Key Recommendations from the Taylor Report

Key Recommendations from the Taylor Report

19 July 2017

Multiple equal pay claims and tribunal fees: new game, new rules?

Multiple equal pay claims and tribunal fees: new game, new rules?

17 July 2017

Taylor review calls for 'clarity' between employees, workers and the self-employed

Taylor review calls for 'clarity' between employees, workers and the self-employed

11 July 2017

Whistleblowing: When is it in the Public Interest?

Whistleblowing: When is it in the Public Interest?

11 July 2017

Litigating multiple equal pay claims

Litigating multiple equal pay claims

06 July 2017

Employment Matters July 2017

Employment Matters July 2017

04 July 2017

Corporate governance and directors' duties in the UK (England and Wales): Overview - 2017

Corporate governance and directors' duties in the UK (England and Wales): Overview - 2017

15 June 2017

Carrying over annual leave

Carrying over annual leave

08 June 2017

Employment Matters June 2017

Employment Matters June 2017

05 June 2017

Immigration Skills Charge - 5 key points which employers need to know

Immigration Skills Charge - 5 key points which employers need to know

12 May 2017

Minimum wage ruling creates uncertainty over care worker pay

Minimum wage ruling creates uncertainty over care worker pay

08 May 2017

Q&A – EU Nationals and Brexit

Q&A – EU Nationals and Brexit

02 May 2017

National Minimum Wage Regulations (NMW): payments for "sleep ins"

National Minimum Wage Regulations (NMW): payments for "sleep ins"

24 April 2017

How to avoid the disability discrimination trap

How to avoid the disability discrimination trap

18 April 2017

Employment Matters May 2017

Employment Matters May 2017

04 April 2017

Employment Matters April 2017

Employment Matters April 2017

04 April 2017

Key changes to Tier 2 from 6 April 2017

Key changes to Tier 2 from 6 April 2017

03 April 2017

Subject Access Requests: Four Key Cases

Subject Access Requests: Four Key Cases

30 March 2017

Employment Matters March 2017

Employment Matters March 2017

06 March 2017

A day is a long time in immigration law…

A day is a long time in immigration law…

02 March 2017

Litigation reforms arrive on our shores

Litigation reforms arrive on our shores

28 February 2017

DAC Beachcroft at The HR Director Summit 2017

DAC Beachcroft at The HR Director Summit 2017

21 February 2017

The Modern Slavery Act statements: 10 months in

The Modern Slavery Act statements: 10 months in

17 February 2017

Another spanner in the works of the Gig Economy? The Pimlico Plumbers decision

Another spanner in the works of the Gig Economy? The Pimlico Plumbers decision

10 February 2017

Employment Matters February 2017

Employment Matters February 2017

06 February 2017

Draft public sector gender pay reporting regulations published

Draft public sector gender pay reporting regulations published

30 January 2017

ACAS produces draft non statutory guidance to assist employers with gender pay and bonus reporting

ACAS produces draft non statutory guidance to assist employers with gender pay and bonus reporting

30 January 2017

Gender pay and bonus gap reporting: revised regulations published at last

Gender pay and bonus gap reporting: revised regulations published at last

26 January 2017

Another development for the gig economy: CitySprint courier establishes "worker" status

Another development for the gig economy: CitySprint courier establishes "worker" status

12 January 2017

Equal pay: Asda store workers can compare themselves to depot staff

Equal pay: Asda store workers can compare themselves to depot staff

20 October 2016

Under the microscope: disciplinary investigations and the role of HR

Under the microscope: disciplinary investigations and the role of HR

17 October 2016

Immigration Law and "Brexit"

Immigration Law and "Brexit"

12 October 2016

Commission should be included in Working Time Regulations (WTR) holiday pay

Commission should be included in Working Time Regulations (WTR) holiday pay

10 October 2016

Employment Matters October 2016

Employment Matters October 2016

04 October 2016

DJEI update – online filing of applications

DJEI update – online filing of applications

22 September 2016

GNIB Update – Changes to registration procedure

GNIB Update – Changes to registration procedure

13 September 2016

Employment Matters September 2016

Employment Matters September 2016

06 September 2016

Government publishes further details on the Apprenticeship Levy and requests views on how it will operate

Government publishes further details on the Apprenticeship Levy and requests views on how it will operate

23 August 2016

Expert Insight into Employment Law

Expert Insight into Employment Law

09 August 2016

Employment Matters August 2016

Employment Matters August 2016

02 August 2016

Employers face tougher penalties for illegal working

Employers face tougher penalties for illegal working

18 July 2016

Agreement reached on the new doctors in training contract, but what do NHS employers have to do now?

Agreement reached on the new doctors in training contract, but what do NHS employers have to do now?

25 May 2016

Employment Adviser Alert: Discrimination

Employment Adviser Alert: Discrimination

29 April 2016

The new doctors in training contract: What NHS employers have to do

The new doctors in training contract: What NHS employers have to do

15 April 2016

Sex discrimination: Provision of childcare vouchers during maternity leave

Sex discrimination: Provision of childcare vouchers during maternity leave

15 April 2016

Age discrimination: Permanent health insurance benefits

Age discrimination: Permanent health insurance benefits

15 April 2016

Trade Union Bill: Proposed amendments

Trade Union Bill: Proposed amendments

15 April 2016

Commission / bonuses: Exercising discretion

Commission / bonuses: Exercising discretion

15 April 2016

Gender pay gap reporting: Clarification

Gender pay gap reporting: Clarification

15 April 2016

Vicarious liability: The 'Sufficient Connection' test

Vicarious liability: The 'Sufficient Connection' test

15 April 2016

Disability discrimination: Knowledge of decision maker

Disability discrimination: Knowledge of decision maker

15 April 2016

Vicarious liability: The nature of the relationship

Vicarious liability: The nature of the relationship

15 April 2016

Breathing room for NHS Trusts, as Nurses remain on the Shortage Occupation List (for now...)

Breathing room for NHS Trusts, as Nurses remain on the Shortage Occupation List (for now...)

15 April 2016

TUPE: Service provision change

TUPE: Service provision change

17 March 2016

DAC Beachcroft Employment Team Scoops Coveted Manchester Legal Award

DAC Beachcroft Employment Team Scoops Coveted Manchester Legal Award

01 March 2016

Lay-off period: For how long can employees be laid off?

Lay-off period: For how long can employees be laid off?

01 March 2016

TUPE: Was there a TUPE transfer where operations were suspended shortly before a change of provider?

TUPE: Was there a TUPE transfer where operations were suspended shortly before a change of provider?

01 March 2016

Disability discrimination: What are "normal day-to-day activities"?

Disability discrimination: What are "normal day-to-day activities"?

01 March 2016

Lock v British Gas: EAT confirms commission should be included in holiday pay

Lock v British Gas: EAT confirms commission should be included in holiday pay

11 February 2016

Mandatory Gender Pay Reporting: Full Details Published

Mandatory Gender Pay Reporting: Full Details Published

11 February 2016

Age discrimination: The correct approach to comparators

Age discrimination: The correct approach to comparators

11 February 2016

Pensions: The employer had a duty to inform a member about the impact of re-employment on the protected pension age status

Pensions: The employer had a duty to inform a member about the impact of re-employment on the protected pension age status

10 February 2016

Race discrimination: Instruction not to speak native language at work

Race discrimination: Instruction not to speak native language at work

10 February 2016

Resolving mistakes in pensions and trust documentation: A glimmer of hope

Resolving mistakes in pensions and trust documentation: A glimmer of hope

21 January 2016

Junior doctors industrial action: New strike days called for early 2016

Junior doctors industrial action: New strike days called for early 2016

01 January 2016

Disability discrimination: Type 2 diabetes was not a disability

Disability discrimination: Type 2 diabetes was not a disability

13 April 2015

TUPE: A service provision change can occur where there is more than one client

TUPE: A service provision change can occur where there is more than one client

13 April 2015

TUPE: Organisational structure and contractual duties need to be considered when determining whether employees are assigned to an organised grouping

TUPE: Organisational structure and contractual duties need to be considered when determining whether employees are assigned to an organised grouping

06 January 2015

Discrimination: Doctor training rules objectively justified and not indirectly discriminatory against non-UK nationals

Discrimination: Doctor training rules objectively justified and not indirectly discriminatory against non-UK nationals

28 November 2014

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