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6 Aug 2019
Holiday pay for permanent staff who only work part of the year – such as term-time workers – should be...
12 Jul 2019
Dr David Mackereth, the Christian doctor who claims he was dismissed for refusing to use transgender pronouns, chose to leave...
10 Jul 2019
A doctor has claimed he was dismissed because his Christian beliefs prohibited him from addressing transgender benefit claimants by their...
25 Jun 2019
An employment tribunal has ruled that the sacking of an assistant restaurant manager after he had blown the whistle over ingredients was unfair.
10 Jun 2019
Employers must now consider any voluntary overtime that is taken regularly in holiday pay calculations
4 Jun 2019
A judge who is seeking a clarification in the law to recognise judges as workers will make her case at...
28 May 2019
The Court of Appeal has ruled that employers can enhance maternity pay, while only offering statutory shared parental pay for fathers.
23 May 2019
A former Oxford University academic who was forced to retire at 67 has lost his claim for unfair dismissal and...
14 May 2019
A nurse in Kent dismissed for “preaching” to patients has lost a second appeal against an employment tribunal ruling that...
14 May 2019
The European Court of Justice has ruled that employers must take steps to make sure their staff are not exceeding...
9 Apr 2019
Retailers whose staff work extra hours to open and close the store should ensure their employees are adequately remunerated for...
8 Apr 2019
A Royal Mail driver who was told she should be “back home and in the kitchen” has won £2,600 in...
29 Mar 2019
HR practitioners, even some line managers, know full well that an employee at risk of redundancy when they are on...
25 Mar 2019
An employee facing disciplinary action may be legitimately suspended from work, but there are circumstances where any such suspension may...