Mondaq UK: Employment and HR
Gowling WLG
This podcast provides an overview of TUPE and pensions.
Dentons
The 1% cap on public sector pay rises in England and Wales (which came into force in 2010) is to be lifted.
Dentons
On 7 September 2017 the government published a factsheet on the impact of the Repeal Bill, which was recently passed by a majority of MPs, and the future status of workers' rights following the UK's withdrawal from the EU.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
As a working mum, I know how challenging it can be to return to work after a period at home with your baby. As an employment lawyer, I also know the mistakes made by employees...
Travers Smith LLP
With the summer holidays drawing to a close, the coming months are set to be busy for many HR practitioners. Below we look at some of the key employment and immigration issues on the HR agenda this autumn:
Clyde & Co
A new father wanted to take shared parental leave (SPL) to care for his baby because the mother had received medical advice to return to work so she could recover from postnatal depression -
Clyde & Co
Guidance issued by the Presidents of the Employment Tribunals in England...
Gowling WLG
Calculating pension loss can be complex, especially where the employee was in a defined benefit pension scheme.
Withers LLP
On June 26th, the United States Supreme Court granted certiorari to hearing an appeal requiring it to determine when a corporate insider becomes a whistleblower protected by Dodd-Frank Act's...
Clyde & Co
This note looks at the key issues for employers in the recent Queen's Speech. The Queen outlined the laws the minority Government intends to introduce (or carry over into) the 2017-19 Parliamentary session.
Clyde & Co
An employee's bid to use an objection to a TUPE transfer to gain freedom from his lengthy garden leave clause failed in the recent decision of ICAP Management Services Limited v (1) Dean Berry...
Clyde & Co
In the latest case to consider offshore or maritime workers, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has for the first time considered the territorial scope of UK collective redundancy consultation rights.
Clyde & Co
At the end of 2016 the government launched a review of the UK labour market to consider the implications of new forms of work on workers' rights and responsibilities, as well as on employers' freedoms and obligations.
Clyde & Co
For the first time the Court of Appeal has given guidance on the factors to take into account in order to assess whether a whistleblower's disclosure meets the "public interest" requirement.
Dentons
As you may have seen, People Management recently published an article on some of the big developments in employment law in 2017, particularly Brexit and the Taylor review.
Gowling WLG
This podcast provides an overview of salary sacrifice for pension benefits.
Clyde & Co
The Supreme Court has overturned the Court of Appeal decision in Walker v Innospec Limited & Others, confirming the right for same sex couples in civil partnerships or marriages to be granted...
Clyde & Co
Employed parents who have lost a child may soon be entitled to take paid bereavement leave. The Parental Bereavement Pay and Leave Bill was introduced into the House of Commons...
Clyde & Co
The introduction of issue fees and hearing fees in 2013 resulted in a 66% fall in the number of single-claimant cases.
Dentons
Following a recent consultation, the President of the Employment Tribunals has announced a rise in the compensation that employees can recover for ‘injury to feelings'...
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The EAT has dismissed an appeal by Asda in its on-going equal pay case involving a claim brought by over 7,000 current and former employees (the majority of which are women).
Pinsent Masons LLP
ANALYSIS: Trustees of occupational pension schemes must now comply with additional record-keeping and disclosure duties under new money laundering regulations, or risk fines.
Shepherd & Wedderburn
The Supreme Court has upheld Unison's appeal and found that the Employment Tribunal fee regime is unlawful.
Deloitte
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Clyde & Co
This update is dedicated to covering the latest legislative developments affecting the way data is managed and protected, as well as reporting on the most recent news governing data breaches and industry developments.
DAC Beachcroft LLP
This morning the Supreme Court gave its decision in the long-running litigation about the legality of employment tribunal fees. The Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that the government...
Clyde & Co
Data protection laws will be changing from 25 May next year.
Jordans Limited
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Dentons
Pimlico Plumbers has now been granted permission to appeal to the Supreme Court.
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