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30 Jun 2014
When called on to implement HR processes that come up on a regular basis, some HR professionals might feel they know what to do off by heart; however, other, less familiar processes might cause a bit more head scratching...
Tribunal watch: Comet’s redundancy consultation failures result in multiple 90-day protective awards
16 Jun 2014
An employment tribunal has awarded former Comet employees 90 days’ pay for the insolvent company’s failure to consult collectively on...
21 May 2014
Employers that operate internationally need to be aware of their legal responsibilities in different countries. Alain-Christian Monkam examines the important...
30 Apr 2014
In July 2013, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) delivered a surprise in its decision on Usdaw v Ethel Austin Limited...
28 Apr 2014
The use of fixed-term contracts is widespread across many industries and business sectors. However, while simple on the face of...
31 Mar 2014
The Public Prosecution Service (PPS) in Northern Ireland could have to pay 15 female prosecutors up to £1 million after...
4 Mar 2014
In a new regular column, we bring you the most popular frequently asked questions on XpertHR. Last month, employers were...
29 Jan 2014
Making employees redundant is often an expensive business. Without a firm understanding of whether or not those employees who have...
3 Jan 2014
We round up 10 of the significant legal decisions expected in 2014.
30 Oct 2013
Redundancies are rarely straightforward and, if it involves a disabled employee, your standard procedures may need to be adjusted. Akshay...
9 Oct 2013
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In this free webinar, employment lawyer and XpertHR contributing author Laurie Anstis takes employers through the redundancy...
27 Sep 2013
It is well recognised that work plays an important role in providing employees with a structure as well as a...
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...
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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