Friday, 16 June 2017
If this is the case and employers do not provide facility to take paid annual leave as a result, they may be liable to pay for all accrued leave on termination.
Is it possible to make a disabled employee redundant if the risk of redundancy is identified as a result of their absence on sick leave?
When an employee is promoted, it may not be just their job title and salary that needs to be updated.
Friday, 09 June 2017
Phased pay protection schemes that exclude groups within the workforce risk challenge under equal pay legislation. So what should employers bear in mind when implementing such a scheme?
A recent case of highlights why it is important that you review your standard contracts of employment before using them for overseas staff.
Holiday pay and overtime is a complex and developing area of law. The general trend in case law is that all overtime should be included in holiday pay calculations, as long as that overtime is part of an employee's 'normal remuneration'.
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Friday, 02 June 2017
If teachers lawfully strike for one day, at what rate can the school or college make a deduction of pay?
Where a worker makes a 'protected disclosure' (ie a disclosure which qualifies for protection under whistleblowing legislation) and is dismissed principally by reason of that disclosure...
Employers are being called upon to pledge to publish their workforce data by age by the end of 2017.
Can the TUPE regulations apply to 'workers' as well as to 'employees'? What impact will this have on the wider 'gig' economy?
Friday, 26 May 2017
...but campaigners have warned that insecure work is still a problem in the UK.
With the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties firmly on the campaign trail ahead of the General Election on 8 June 2017, what are the parties' key immigration policy objectives?
The Court of Appeal considered the equitable remedies available against a company director.
In Fulton & Another v Bear Scotland Ltd (No 2), the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered whether a three-month gap between underpayments of wages breaks a series of deductions...
Friday, 19 May 2017
The Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties have now published their manifestos for the General Election on 8 June 2017, but what are the main pledges affecting workers?