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18 Nov 2014
After years of economic downturn, redundancy has become part of our business tapestry. Emily Crispin, client manager at the career...
17 Nov 2014
An employment tribunal has found that a sergeant’s comments to a police officer returning to work after a stress-related absence...
17 Nov 2014
Confusion remains as to how employers should tackle the prospect of parents stopping and starting their shared parental leave. Can...
12 Nov 2014
In DLA Piper’s latest case report, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that, when an employment tribunal is considering whether...
11 Nov 2014
The much-heralded introduction of shared parental leave means that employers must formulate a new procedure to enable mothers to end...
10 Nov 2014
Key lessons for employers to take away from last week's CIPD annual conference in Manchester highlighted by Martin Couzins...
10 Nov 2014
Is an employer breaking the law if a worker’s attendance at a trade union meeting means that the worker does...
6 Nov 2014
Consultant editor Darren Newman discusses the ruling on holiday pay and overtime in Bear Scotland v Fulton and another. While...
5 Nov 2014
Only a quarter of people feel that work is central to their lives, and around one-third would like to make...
4 Nov 2014
Employers will have to review their overtime provision after a landmark ruling by the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) that overtime...
3 Nov 2014
Sports Direct’s policy of using zero hours contracts widely among its workforce was due to be challenged in an employment...
TUPE service provision change: tribunal’s reasoning flawed on assigning manager to organised grouping of employees
29 Oct 2014
In DLA Piper’s latest case report, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) found that an employment tribunal’s judgment was flawed when...
28 Oct 2014
Highly paid public-sector executives who receive redundancy payments only to return to work within a year will need to repay...
27 Oct 2014
Shared parental leave does not have to be taken in one consecutive block; employees can stop and start their leave....
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