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Top 10 HR questions in August 2014: enhanced paternity pay, fixed-term contracts and TUPE

Top 10 HR questions in August 2014: enhanced parental pay, fixed-term contracts and TUPE

If an employer pays enhanced maternity pay, must it also enhance pay to employees on shared parental leave? This seems...

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Tribunal watch: University of Manchester unfairly dismissed former Big Brother psychologist

29 Aug 2014

An employment tribunal has ruled that a former Big Brother professor was unfairly dismissed for a first offence after he...

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What are the differences between British and French laws on collective redundancies?

What are the differences between British and French laws on collective redundancies?

21 May 2014

Employers that operate internationally need to be aware of their legal responsibilities in different countries. Alain-Christian Monkam examines the important...

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Top 10 HR questions in April 2014

1 May 2014

Employers’ questions on the Acas early conciliation process, which was introduced on 6 April 2014, were the most popular FAQs...

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Government wins right to appeal Woolworths collective redundancies decision

13 Sep 2013

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) has been granted permission to appeal this summer’s judgment by the Employment Appeal Tribunal...

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Failure to inform and consult on redundancies while insolvent

28 Aug 2013

AEI Cables Ltd v GMB and othersIn DLA Piper’s case of the week, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that the...

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Loosely drafted collective agreement did not allow lower pay increase

18 Jun 2013

Anderson and others v London Fire & Emergency Planning AuthorityIn DLA Piper’s case of the week, the Court of Appeal...

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Legal opinion: Redundancy consultation under the threat of insolvency

3 Jun 2013

Employers facing urgent and large-scale redundancy programmes often complain that their obligation to collectively consult under the Trade Union and...

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Redundancy consultations: a 60-minute guide for employers (webinar)

3 May 2013

Wednesday 8 May 2013, 2:00pm BST.The law recognises that redundancies will cause employees great distress and accordingly requires employers to...

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6 April collective redundancy reforms: why three little words mean huge confusion – Update

5 Apr 2013

Important changes to the law on collective redundancy consultation come into force on 6 April 2013 – or do they?...

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2013 employment law changes: 10 things employers need to know

2 Jan 2013

Every year brings with it some important new legislation for employers to negotiate. Whether related to employment tribunals, employee-shareholder contracts,...

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Collective redundancy reforms announced by Government

21 Jun 2012

Norman Lamb, the employment relations minister, has today announced the Government’s proposals to reform the rules for consulting staff about...

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Communicate benefits to undermine case for strikes, says CIPD

27 Jun 2011

Public sector employers can prevent escalating strike action by communicating the benefits of being employed in the sector, the Chartered...

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How much is workplace conflict costing UK companies?

17 Jan 2011

Recent news that the BBC paid out almost £600,000 dealing with employment tribunal claims last year has highlighted the tremendous...

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People Resolutions – Conflict Clinic UK Roadshow 2010

13 Jul 2010

It’s a fact that workplace conflict costs money, causes disruption, increases absence, reduces productivity and negatively impacts on employee engagement. ...

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