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It’s official - tribunal claims have doubled! Publication date: 20.08.2018
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It’s official - tribunal claims have doubled!..On the up. In yr.1, iss.9, pg.1 (see Follow up ), we reckoned that employment tribunal claims had doubled since the abolition of fees, even though the official figures at that time indicated only a 64% increase. Now we’ve been proved right, as the government’s latest quarterly tribunal statistics...
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The use and content of disciplinary procedures Publication date: 20.08.2018
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A disciplinary procedure is often viewed by employers as an essential element of a staff handbook. But why is such a procedure necessary, should it have contractual status and what should it contain?
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Who can claim unfair dismissal? Publication date: 20.08.2018
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It’s been confirmed that there’s no statutory notice period extension in gross misconduct cases. How does this affect an employee’s right to claim unfair dismissal?
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Further details provided on the EU Settlement Scheme Publication date: 20.08.2018
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The government has published a statement of intent setting out further details on its proposed EU Settlement Scheme. What additional information is now available?
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Right to time off for public duties extended Publication date: 20.08.2018
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Right to time off for public duties extended..Time off right. Under s.50 Employment Rights Act 1996 , an employee is entitled to a reasonable amount of unpaid time off work to carry out certain public duties. From 1 October 2018, the Time Off for Public Duties Order 2018 (SI 2018/665) (see Follow up ) will amend s.50 to extend the range of public...
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Don’t get in a fix over equal treatment rights Publication date: 20.08.2018
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Fixed-term employees have the statutory right not to be treated less favourably than comparable permanent employees. How does this right work in practice and what do you need to do to stay on the right side of the law?
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European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 receives Royal Assent Publication date: 20.08.2018
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After many long hours of debate, the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 has finally received Royal Assent, but what, if anything, does it mean for the future of employment law?
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How relevant is the traditional appraisal system? Publication date: 20.08.2018
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The appraisal system for many organisations has fallen out of favour. But what has taken its place and how can businesses like yours ensure that performance management is effective and not a waste of time.
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Plumber engaged as a contractor was a “worker” Publication date: 20.08.2018
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The Supreme Court has upheld the judgments of the employment tribunal, Employment Appeal Tribunal and Court of Appeal that a plumber was a “worker” and not a self-employed contractor. What are the implications of this decision?
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New protection for trade secrets Publication date: 20.08.2018
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New statutory provisions governing trade secrets took effect on 9 June 2018. What do you need to know about them from an employment law perspective?
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