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Forthcoming changes to pay slips Publication date: 18.06.2018
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From 6 April 2019, workers will have the right to be issued with an itemised pay slip which may need to contain additional information. What do you need to know?
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New guidance on dress codes and sex discrimination Publication date: 18.06.2018
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The Government Equalities Office has now published long-awaited new guidance on dress codes and sex discrimination. What’s its legal status and is it worth a read?
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Is a zero-hours contract different? Publication date: 18.06.2018
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A zero-hours employee has been held to be employed on the same type of contract as a full-time employee. What does this decision mean in practice?
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When does contractual notice start to run? Publication date: 18.06.2018
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When does contractual notice start to run?..Supreme Court ruling. In Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust v Haywood 2018 (see Follow up ), the Supreme Court upheld the Court of Appeal’s decision that if you post a dismissal letter to an employee, and there’s no contractual provision governing when notice takes effect, the notice only...
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Understanding the “stop the clock” provisions Publication date: 18.06.2018
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Acas early conciliation (EC) is mandatory before most types of employment tribunal claim can be brought. However, EC stops the clock on tribunal time limits for instituting proceedings. How do these extension of time provisions operate?
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When might you be able to rely on a frustrating event? Publication date: 18.06.2018
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Frustration says that an employment contract can be treated as discharged by operation of law. It might sound simple enough but, in reality, employment tribunals are slow to apply it. When might you be able to invoke the doctrine of frustration?
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Complying with the GDPR when using third-party processors Publication date: 18.06.2018
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If you engage any third-party processors to handle employees’ personal data, you’ll need to ensure you’ve complied with the relevant provisions of the GDPR. What do you need to do to protect the business?
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Data Protection Act 2018 Publication date: 18.06.2018
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Data Protection Act 2018..New legislation. The Data Protection Bill received Royal Assent on 23 May 2018 to become the Data Protection Act 2018(DPA) (see Follow up ) and most of its provisions came into force on 25 May 2018, at the same time as the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) . The DPA and GDPR operate in tandem so they should be read...
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How should you handle criminal conduct? Publication date: 18.06.2018
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Where an employee is alleged to have committed a criminal offence, whether at work or outside the workplace when they’re off duty, how should you deal with that allegation and what should you do if the police are also involved?
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How to manage a restructure Publication date: 18.06.2018
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Restructuring might seem like the answer to many problems, but if not executed effectively it can quickly turn into a disaster, taking years to recover from. What steps do you need to take to make a restructure work?
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