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Non-Disclosure Agreements – Where Are We Now?
In the government response earlier this summer to the consultation on the use of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) in the workplace
UK
20 Sep 2019
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Employee Or Worker Status – The Diagnosis Of A Doctor
In Community Based Care Health Ltd v. Narayan UKEAT/0162/18, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has characterised a GP as a worker under the Employment Rights Act 1996.
UK
20 Sep 2019
3
Protection For Employee With "Philosophical" Belief In Scottish Independence – Will Brexit Claims Follow?
An employment tribunal has found that a belief in Scottish independence amounts to a "philosophical" belief under the Equality Act 2010 (the Act)
UK
20 Sep 2019
4
Privilege: A Reminder Of The Dangers Of Cherry Picking
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that an employer waived privilege in redacted parts of a draft dismissal letter setting out...
UK
19 Sep 2019
5
IR35: Employment Status Is About To Become Even More Taxing
HMRC considers there to be just two different types of employment status in relation to tax; employed or self-employed.
UK
19 Sep 2019
6
Pleadings For Constructive Unfair Dismissal
In Upton-Hansen Architects v Gyftaki, the EAT held that if an individual is found to have been constructive dismissed, an employer needs to prove a potentially fair reason for the dismissal to successfully defend the claim.
UK
18 Sep 2019
7
Protected Disclosures – Reasonable Belief In Public Interest
In the case of Okwu v Rise Community Action, the EAT found that, in relation to whether a protected disclosure was in the public interest or not, it only requred the employee to have reasonable belief that it was.
UK
18 Sep 2019
8
Illegal Employment Contracts
In case of Chikale v Okedina, The Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) held that an illegal contract is not automatically unenforceable.
UK
18 Sep 2019
9
Holiday Pay Cannot Be Pro-Rated For ‘Part Year Workers'
In the most recent case about the way holiday pay is calculated, of Brazel v The Harpur Trust, the Court of Appeal has ruled that holiday pay for permanent workers who only work part of the year cannot be pro-rated.
UK
18 Sep 2019
10
Deal Or No Deal, How Will Brexit Affect Employee Work Authorizations In The UK?
As the current Brexit deadline of October 31, 2019 looms, employers with operations in the United Kingdom must prepare for various possible outcomes
UK
18 Sep 2019
11
The Beginning Of The End Of Dilapidations?
Landlords who let property can generally expect to receive a lump sum at the end of the lease to compensate them for disrepair. But the financial dynamics of flexible short-term letting on a WeWork style model are very different.
UK
16 Sep 2019
12
Discrimination Diaries: Redundancy And Maternity Leave
Our discrimination expert, Senior Solicitor Katie Harris, answers your questions on difficult discrimination issues in employment
UK
13 Sep 2019
13
Employment Law Update – September 2019
We are pleased to provide you with the Herrington Carmichael LLP employment law update for September 2019.
UK
13 Sep 2019
14
Neurodiversity In The Workplace
It is well known that employers have an obligation to make reasonable adjustments for disabled employees, and that they should not be treated unfavourably
UK
13 Sep 2019
15
Indirect Discrimination
In the case of Heskett v Secretary of State for Justice, the EAT considered whether the ‘absence of financial means' was sufficient to be considered a "legitimate interest" capable of justifying indirect age discrimination.
UK
13 Sep 2019
16
Reinstatement And Re-engagement
The case of Mackenzie v The University of Cambridge considered whether an employee who had been unfairly dismissed could seek an injunction ordering re-engagement or reinstatement.
UK
13 Sep 2019
17
Disability Discrimination
The case of Owen v AMEC Foster Wheeler Energy Ltd considered whether the withdrawal of an offer of an overseas posting due to health concerns amounted to disability discrimination.
UK
13 Sep 2019
18
Holiday Pay: Long-Term Back Pay Claims
A Northern Ireland Court of Appeal ruling could lead to a further development in how much employees can claim in relation to holiday pay claims.
UK
13 Sep 2019
19
The Pensions Brief - August 2019
The government will lay changes to primary and secondary legislation to implement these plans in due course.
UK
13 Sep 2019
20
No-Deal Brexit: Impact On Employment Law
While a range of outcomes, including a departure under the terms of the current Withdrawal Agreement, remains possible
UK
13 Sep 2019
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