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Category Archives: Employment

Revised ACAS Code of Practice

The change to the ACAS Code of Practice on disciplinaries reflects the EAT Judgment in Toal -v- GB Oils and came into effect from 11th March 2015. The revision confirms that employers must agree to a worker’s request to be …

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Disability and Constructive Knowledge: Donelien -v- Liberata UK Limited, EAT

In this case the EAT had to consider whether an employer had constructive knowledge of an employee’s disability where the employer had relied on an occupational health report which had been flawed with discrepancies but had nonetheless taken some other …

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Holiday Pay: Locke -v- British Gas, ET

Mr Locke had claimed that the commission he had earned should be taken into account when calculating his holiday pay so that he would not lose income by taking annual leave. Following the ECJ’s decision last year, which we have …

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Employment Law Newsletter – March 2015

Welcome to our March 2015 Employment Law Newsletter, keeping you up to date with changes in employment law and informing you of recent case developments over the last month. CASE LAW DEVELOPMENTS Collective Redundancies and the meaning of ‘establishment’ The …

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Employment Law Newsletter – February 2015

Welcome to our February 2015 Employment Law Newsletter, keeping you up to date with changes in employment law and informing you of recent case developments over the last month. CASE LAW DEVELOPMENTS Reasonable adjustments In the case of Doran v …

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Employment Law Newsletter – January 2015

Welcome to our January 2015 Employment Law Newsletter, keeping you up to date with changes in employment law and informing you of recent case developments over the last month. CASE LAW DEVELOPMENTS Payment in lieu of notice following termination In …

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Employment Law Newsletter – December 2014

Welcome to our December 2014 Employment Law Newsletter, keeping you up to date with changes in employment law and informing you of recent case developments over the last month. CASE LAW DEVELOPMENTS Businesses should factor in overtime when calculating holiday …

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Shiva Shadi – Head of Employment – on the Autumn Statement & what it means for Employers

The Government’s Autumn Statement included a number of facts that might be of an interest to employers. It would appear that out of the half a million new jobs created in the last year, 85% of those were for full …

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Holiday Pay to Include Overtime – Anna Bunting on this week’s landmark case

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has, this week, handed down judgment in a ground-breaking decision confirming that businesses should factor in overtime when calculating holiday pay. The key part of the decision in Bear Scotland and others v Fulton and others …

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Employment Law Newsletter – November 2014

Welcome to our November 2014 Employment Law Newsletter, keeping you up to date with changes in employment law and informing you of recent case developments over the last month. DEVELOPMENTS TO LEGISLATION Family-friendly rights: further draft regulations and new Acas …

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