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Rebate of 16 million due from the Government

2019-07-12

Following the case of R (on the application of Unison) v Lord Chancellor [2017] UKSC 51, the Supreme Court determined that employment tribunal fees were

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Gay headteacher was constructively dismissed during flawed disciplinary process from which sexual orientation discrimination could be inferred

2019-07-10

A gay headteacher was constructively dismissed during a disciplinary process which was flawed. The disciplinary process involved investigations into his sex life, namely having sex

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Did the employer have a legitimate reason to suspend the employee?

2019-07-05

The Court of Appeal agreed with the decision of the County Court in respect of an employee, who’s profession was teaching, that was suspended by

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Doctor obtained injunction preventing disciplinary proceedings from continuing

2019-07-03

Dr Gregg was suspended on full pay after 2 patients in his care died. A police investigation began, his registration was temporarily suspended and his

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New guidance aims to improve health and safety for expectant mothers

2019-07-03

As a means of highlighting the need for employers to better cater for expectant employee and new mothers, The Trades Union Congress (TUC) in conjunction

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Push for mental health first aiders to become legal requirement in the workplace

2019-07-03

The Where's Your Head At? Campaign's petition, which calls for the government to make it a legal requirement for workplaces to have someone trained in

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Minimum wage to increase to 10 for under-18s by 2020, Labour Pledge

2019-07-03

In a bid to end age discrimination, Labour are proposing to end the £4.35 per hour for under-18s by 2020.  This proposal comes as part

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Employers must have a system for measuring daily working hours of all workers (ECJ)

2019-07-03

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has decided that, Member States must require employers to set up an “objective, reliable and accessible system enabling the

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ATTENTION: HR Consultants

2019-06-17

Are you a HR Consultant?  Do you provide HR and employment law advice to businesses?  Would you like the comfort of knowing you had a

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ACAS publishes latest early conciliation statistics

2019-06-12

Acas has published its latest statistics on early conciliation take-up and success rates covering the period April to December 2018.  Between April and December 2017,

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