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Mayer Brown
The Pensions Ombudsman has decided that a scheme administrator's failure to send the Pensions Regulator's pension fraud warning leaflet to a member requesting a transfer, and to carry out due diligence checks on...
The Women and Equalities Committee has published the results of its six-month long inquiry into sexual harassment in the workplace.
Withers LLP
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Recent figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have revealed a significant fall in the number of days employees are taking off work due to sickness.
Mayer Brown
The Pensions Ombudsman has circulated generic "signposting" wording for schemes to use to inform members of their right to refer complaints about the administration of the scheme to the Ombudsman
Wrigleys Solicitors
The Public and Commercial Services Union made a complaint to the Central Arbitration Committee that ACAS had failed as an employer to consult with its employees pursuant to a negotiated agreement
Wrigleys Solicitors
In DL Insurance Services Ltd v O'Connor, EAT upheld the decision of an employment tribunal that an employer had failed to justify the imposition of a written warning due to sickness absences
Wrigleys Solicitors
In Hafal Ltd v Lane-Angell, the EAT overturned the decision of an employment tribunal and held that a "bank worker" had no umbrella contract and so could not bring an unfair dismissal claim.
Wrigleys Solicitors
In Pimlico Plumbers Ltd v Smith, the Supreme Court agreed that a nominally self-employed plumber was a worker and so entitled to paid annual leave and protection against discrimination.
Wrigleys Solicitors
This month we report on the Supreme Court decision in Pimlico Plumbers Limited v Smith that a nominally self-employed plumber was a worker, and so entitled to paid annual leave and protection against discrimination.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that an employee who was dismissed for failing to provide evidence of his right to work in the UK after his original right to work came to an end should have been given the right to appeal against his dismissal.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The EAT has given guidance on how an employer should respond to numerous intermittent sickness absences of an employee with a disability.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The EAT has provided a helpful reminder that employers should give proper consideration to all possible alternatives before dismissing an employee for long-term sickness absence.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The Government has published its response to the Women and Equalities Select Committee's recent report.
Clyde & Co
The Pensions Regulator has issued a £25,000 penalty against Rentokil Initial Pension Trustee Limited for failure to complete two actuarial valuations ...
Clyde & Co
Amendments to its pension scheme rules which would have cost British Airways £12 million in increased pension payments were not permissible according to a recent decision of the Court of Appeal.
Following an extended career break, Judith was excited to return to her career in Tax through Deloitte's Return to Work programme.
A recent report by the Business Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee (BEIS) has called for gender pay gap reporting requirements to be extended to smaller companies.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The Supreme Court has added to the raft of cases concerning whether staff in the gig economy are workers, and so entitled to paid holiday and limited other rights, or genuinely self-employed and out of employment...
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
In a case that will have huge significance within the care sector, the CA has decided that care workers who sleep in are not entitled to the NMW for the entire time of their shift, but only when they are required to be...
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The Supreme Court has now given judgment in the long running and important case by plumber Gary Smith against Pimlico Plumbers in which he claimed he was a worker and not a self-employed contractor...
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Giambrone & Partners
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