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Peninsula Jul 15
A new government consultation proposes opening up statutory sick pay to millions of workers who currently earn below the qualifying threshold
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David Woodward Jul 15
MPs from the all-party parliamentary group call for the creation of an independent office to protect after report found existing UK laws are leaving staff who speak up exposed to abuse by employers
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LexisUK Employment Jul 15
The duty to maintain wage records will transfer to the transferee following a relevant transfer under TUPE 2006 (Mears Homecare v Bradburn) - EAT - report
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David Woodward Jul 11
It is not illegal for employers to impose dress codes on women (or men) alone. But too many female employees are forced to wear high heels, or skirts, or even a particular type of bra. The resistance is (rightly) growing, reports .
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Boardside Jul 15
Another reason for bosses to prioritise workplace wellbeing
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HR Guru UK 7h
Two words that should never be seen together, least of all on a grey Tuesday morning "coffee crisis"
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David Woodward 10m
Ex paralegal wins claim against Nottingham solicitor. R told C he was concerned about her being when she was already looking after 4 children and C’s pregnancy a “relevant factor” in decision to dismiss.
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LexisUK Employment Jul 15
Making a covert recording is not necessarily a breach of trust and confidence (Phoenix House v Stockman) - EAT - report
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Lisa-Marie Ferla 4h
First figures show significant disparities ahead of promised government attention
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LexisUK Employment 5h
Daniel Oudkerk and Amy Rogers examine the historic Supreme Court decision on unreasonable restraint of trade in post-termination restrictions (Tillman v Egon Zehnder Ltd) - SC - report
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Jason Braier Jul 14
Replying to @JasonBraier
3/ The prize for worst union rep of the week goes to Tony Greenstein (expelled from Labour & vice-chair of Labour Against the Witch Hunt) whose rudeness in a representative letter cost the claimant 10% of his compensation as a contributory conduct deduction
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HR3 by Napthens 24h
‘We have to tell investors we're not having more children’
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Simon Jones Jul 12
This has to be the oddest story I've read in a while - surely must be something more to it than report suggests?
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Will Rollinson Jul 15
BBC News - Whistleblowers: 'We spoke out and lost our jobs'
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HR Guru UK Jul 15
Is there an issue with a bullying culture in the culinary industry?
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Jason Braier Jul 14
1/ In an interesting ET decision in Keable v LB of Hammersmith & Fulham, the claimant was found unfairly dismissed when at the Jewish community's rally outside Parliament, he'd alleged Zionist collaboration with the Nazis.
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Jason Braier Jul 11
John Kavanagh QC currently on his feet in Miller v MoJ. Apart from being an intellectual giant and a structurally brilliant advocate, he also has such a mellifluous tone. Worth watching for another style of appellate advocacy masterclass.
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Siobhan Bishop 2h
Good work plan: consultation on establishing new single enforcement body for emp rights. Could it improve enforcement for vulnerable workers & create a level playing field for the majority of businesses who comply with laws. Closes 6.10.19
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Crossland Solicitors 7h
Our summary of the consultation on health and work; more in them than first appears
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Morton Fraser LLP 6h
The Women and Equalities Committee has published its report on the use of non-disclosure agreements in cases.
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