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Peninsula 21h
The number of employment tribunal single claims rose by 31% in July-September 2018, compared to the same quarter in 2017
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Castle Associates Dec 12
RT . spoke to about our new inquiry into for discrimination victims. Read more on  …
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Castle Associates 13h
RT When you realise there's only 3 days to go until conference... .buff.ly/2CenVrX
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Jason Braier Dec 6
It seems that we -yers may be about to suffer the burden of the online court revolution:
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Jason Braier 14h
1/ Seahorse v Nautilus: Two important points arise from this Court of Appeal judgment about the reach of collective consultation rights under TULR(C)A s.188, one territorial and the other more generally definitional. Here's the judgment: )
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TW Law at Work Dec 12
. issue guidance for employers on workplace issues over the winter months adverse weather conditions, flu and holiday entitlement.
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ARAG UK 18h
Latest figures released by the show that employment tribunal claims are up by a third this quarter, further proving that the removal of fees has increased for all:
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IDS 17h
CA: individual ships are separate ‘establishments’ for purpose of collective redundancy consultation; workers assigned to ships not within territorial scope of GB employment rights
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Ben Chaplin Dec 10
A study named ‘losing sleep to stress’ has confirmed that work dramas are likely to keep staff up at night, therefore make sure you have a reliable grievance procedure to encourage staff to disclose any issues
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Christine Kirchhof 9h
The ⁦⁦⁦⁩ is holding its first evidence session “The use of -disclosure agreements in discrimination cases inquiry - UK Parliament”. Note submission time extended for to 18 January.
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IDS Dec 5
High Court rejects Deliveroo drivers’ judicial review challenge to CAC’s decision that they are not ‘workers’ for purpose of collective bargaining rights
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BertrandStern-Gillet 21h
As snow and severe winter weather is forecast for parts of the UK in the coming days, inform your staff in advance so they can make the appropriate travel plans
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employmentbuddy 18h
2019 employment law: eight changes to look out for #2019
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Kalra Legal Group 18h
At KLG we believe that it is important for employer's and employee's to understand redundancy and the procedures that should be followed. We have created a guide on 'how to handle redundancy'. To read the blog post, follow the link below:
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Castle Associates Dec 12
RT Our research found that complex legal procedures and high costs of legal advice are preventing people from resolving claims. Find out more in our report on and :  
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Industrial Law Soc Dec 12
Do hope you can attend meeting Manchester tonight, Wednesday 12 December to hear our very own on Whistleblowing and the Iago Issue. Admission is free and the meeting is open to all. Details/pre-book
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MB Employment Dec 4
Nearly 1/4 of British over the age of 25 and therefore entitled to the national living wage were underpaid this year giving rise to potential deduction of claims. Our employment law team can assist your company with disputes over wages
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Castle Associates 9h
Redundancy is a form of dismissal from your job, caused by your employer needing to reduce the workforce.
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Simon Robinson Dec 12
Director denies meeting papers would have been deliberately changed to mislead Dundee employment tribunal
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Employment Law + 19h
Corporate governance – new code for large private companies from 10 Dec -
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