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Refusal to comply with working time breach must be explicit Publication date: 22.10.2019
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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that, to have protection against detriment for refusing to comply with a requirement that would breach the Working Time Regulations, an employee must expressly communicate their refusal. What does this mean in practice?
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Top tips for drafting employment contracts Publication date: 22.10.2019
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When putting together a new employment contract for an employee, there are some common drafting mistakes that you should try to avoid. What are our top employment contract drafting tips to keep you safe?
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Dismissing older workers Publication date: 22.10.2019
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Since the abolition of the statutory default retirement age, employees can, theoretically, continue to work indefinitely and you can’t dismiss them just because they’ve reached 65. What are your options for terminating the employment of older employees?
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Time to get SMART? Publication date: 22.10.2019
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You want to improve target setting for your staff. You’re familiar with so-called SMART targets but haven’t ever implemented such a system. How should you go about it?
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What is not a disability? Publication date: 22.10.2019
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Although you’re probably relatively familiar with the statutory definition of a disability, what you might not know is that there are some specific exclusions to that definition. When does the law say that a condition does not constitute a disability?
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GDPR data subject access guidance revised Publication date: 22.10.2019
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The Information Commissioner’s Office has updated its position on calculating the time limit for responding to GDPR data subject access requests. What’s the latest?
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National living wage to apply to 21 year olds Publication date: 22.10.2019
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The government has set out its intention to lower the age threshold for the national living wage (NLW) to age 21. When is this likely to happen?
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Shared parental leave - getting to grips with the paperwork Publication date: 22.10.2019
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It’s fair to say that the shared parental leave and pay scheme is complex, and it requires rather a lot of paperwork to be completed. To comply with legislative requirements, what documents must be submitted by employees and by when?
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The dangers of disclosing legal advice Publication date: 22.10.2019
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An employer who cherry picked a selection of documents for disclosure to an employee was held to have waived legal advice privilege in all the documents. Why was this?
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Fees cut for criminal record checks Publication date: 22.10.2019
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Fees cut for criminal record checks..Types of certificate. The Police Act 1997 provides for the issue of three certificates relating to a job applicant’s criminal convictions. In England and Wales applications are dealt with by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and the three certificate levels are: (1) criminal conviction certificate (or basic...
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