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Damian McCarthy Jun 21
THE Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service (SCTS) has launched an appeal after losing an ET claim brought by a woman who said she was discriminated against because she was undergoing the menopause.
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LexisUK Employment Jun 21
£1,000 awarded in damages for company’s negligent interference with an employee’s personal internet accounts (Richmond v Selecta Systems) - HC - report
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Clarion Employment Law Jun 20
Chris Booth is looking forward to speaking at the Employment Seminar tomorrow in Manchester - he will be covering a variety of topics including the gig economy, challenges of the modern workplace and whether it is all stacked against the employer
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Crossland Solicitors Jun 18
Our research features in this morning. A third of employers are less likely to hire a Trans worker. Few are aware of the laws around . Thanks to the Independent for a great piece highlighting this prevalent issue.
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IDS Jun 21
EAT: zero-hours employee entitled to average weekly pay during nine-month disciplinary suspension even though employee took work elsewhere during this period
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Jason Braier Jun 21
1/ The Court of Appeal's judgment in Kilraine v Wandsworth is out and it is welcome in some ways and begs questions in others.
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IDS Jun 21
CA: concepts of ‘information’ and ‘allegation’ are not mutually exclusive in protected disclosure claims; only disclosures with sufficient factual content and specificity can be protected
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Sean Jones 5h
Leeds ET has decided Hermes Parcelnet couriers are workers. Well done
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Jeremias Prassl Jun 13
BREAKING: rules that claimant is worker under both Equality Act 2010 & ERA 1996. Crucial case, with ramifications for the & beyond () - thread with initial analysis & thoughts up shortly
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BertrandStern-Gillet Jun 18
British Chamber of Commerce urges Govt to focus on reducing uncertainty and taking action on skills shortages
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Clarion Employment Law Jun 21
Only 7 days to go until our Mock Employment Tribunal - We're looking forward to seeing some familiar faces and saying hello to some new ones
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IDS Jun 13
Supreme Court dismisses appeal in Pimlico Plumbers case: plumber was a limb (b) worker; limited right of substitution did not negate requirement of personal service
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Dom Holmes Jun 18
Well done to Supreme Court for saying in Pimlico judgment it is "regrettable" that definition of employee has different meanings in different contexts. Quite right and there's an obvious solution. Let's hope BEIS consultations result in a change here.
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Rupert Budgen 12h
It's also good to see that Latin has not disappeared from altogether. This judgment discusses "mora, taciturnity and acquiescence". Mora is Latin for "delay". Taciturnity and acquiescence both have Latin roots too.
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Brabners Employment Jun 15
Latest development in Deliveroo case: Court gives IWGB permission for judicial review of CAC decision
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Jason Braier 4h
Next week's cases of interest start with a case that has nothing to do with employment law but everything to do with - Steinfeld & Keidan v SoS for International Development, about whether civil partnerships should be open to heterosexual couples.
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Clarion Employment Law Jun 21
Chris Booth representing today in Manchester in collaboration with . We hope that all those who attended found his employment law update interesting and beneficial
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Kate Palmer 11h
British Summer Fruits call upon a ‘seasonal agriculture permit scheme’ for EU workers to meet consumer demand post Brexit
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Susan Belgrave Jun 21
Here is full decision in Kilraine. .
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Lewis Silkin Employment Jun 13
Every ’yer on the Supreme Court website trying to get the Pimlico Plumbers judgment.
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