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The Challenges Of The New Supervision System
In a move to increase compliance with employment law, a new supervision system was introduced at the beginning of this year.
China
19 Dec 2017
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Professional Appointments: Limitation Clauses
In a recent case the court found that a limitation of liability in a contract between a Project Manager and an Employer was unenforceable.
UK
12 Sep 2012
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HSE Consultation On Proposals To Exempt Self-Employed Workers From Health And Safety Laws
The HSE has launched a three month consultation on proposals to exempt self-employed workers from health and safety legislation following recommendations made in the Löfstedt report
UK
15 Aug 2012
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PRC Government Attempts To Impose Stricter Control Over Secondment Of Employees
Since the PRC Labor Contract Law came into effect on 1 January 2008, many Chinese companies have used a large number of seconded employees i.e. employees that are hired by a labor agency and then seconded to work for the companies
China
2 Aug 2012
5
TUPE And Rangers Newco: The Right To Object
At this time of year, sports pages are normally rife with transfer speculation before the new domestic seasons begin across the UK.
UK
10 Jul 2012
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Social Media Use: Issues For Employers
The use of social media in the workplace has become more and more prevalent, and inevitably there have been an increasing number of employment tribunal cases dealing with related issues.
UK
27 Jan 2012
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Changes To Labour Code
On 1 September 2011, major changes to the Labour Code come into force that will not only significantly strengthen the position for employers but could also pave the way for foreign businesses to enter the Slovak labour market.
Slovakia
8 Sep 2011
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So What Does Your Contract Actually Mean?
Change is in the air. The Scots law approach to the interpretation of contracts is being re-examined in the light of European proposals and comments are invited.
UK
24 Mar 2011
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Proposed Amendments to the Romanian Labour Code
Romanian labour legislation is currently under debate and, if approved, is expected to enter into force in the first quarter of 2011.
Romania
26 Jan 2011
10
FSA Consults On Remuneration Disclosure Requirements
The FSA has today issued a consultation paper on public disclosure of remuneration arrangements for firms caught by CRD3 (i.e. the same firms who will be subject to the extended Remuneration Code).
UK
15 Nov 2010
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Revised Remuneration Code Delayed
The FSA has said that due to CEBS taking longer than expected to publish its final remuneration guidelines (which are now not expected until 11 or 12 December) there will be a knock-on effect on the publication of the revised Remuneration Code.
UK
4 Nov 2010
12
An Effective Bonus Cap
The recent Court of Appeal case of GX Networks Limited v Greenland shows how important it is for employers to have effective capping arrangements in incentive plans and also to use them correctly.
UK
28 Jul 2010
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Remember to Make Clear in Your Bonus Scheme Rules that Ex-Employees Cannot Receive a Bonus
The recent case of Rutherford v Seymour Pierce Ltd serves as a reminder that employers must include an express term in the employment contract or bonus scheme to be sure that an employee, who has worked during the relevant performance period, is not entitled to a bonus if he has left employment by the payment date.
UK
27 May 2010
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Two Recent Cases Of Interest
We report below on two recent cases that highlight issues of interest to employers; the first UK judgment in light of the ECJ’s decision in Pereda and an EAT decision on changes to terms and conditions of employment.
UK
25 Feb 2010
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Foreign Language Employment Contracts
New rules on mandatory language versions will now allow employment contracts to be drafted only in a foreign language (without a mandatory Polish version), as long as the employee...
Poland
25 Sep 2009
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Court Of Appeal Reaches Decision On Oakland v Wellswood (Yorkshire) Limited
The Court of Appeal has reversed the EAT's decision in the above case, although it has not definitively ruled out the application of Regulation 8(7) of TUPE in instances of pre-pack administration.
UK
18 Aug 2009
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Proposals For New ´Fit Note´ Unveiled
The Government yesterday unveiled proposals for a new medical 'fit note' to replace the existing current sick note.
UK
29 May 2009
18
Challenge Your Intellect
On 16 April, Starwood Hotels announced that it had brought a claim in the United States against two of its former employees and their new employer, Hilton Hotels.
UK
26 May 2009
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High Court Takes Tough Stance Against Employees Who Deliberately Misled Their Employer
In Kynixa Limited v Hynes and others, the High Court ruled that substantial damages will be payable by three key employees who deliberately misled their employer regarding their intended resignations, so breaching their duty to serve the employer with good faith and fidelity (which is an implied term of any contract of employment).
UK
8 Aug 2008
20
Telematics: Potentially A Useful Green Tool But Also Consider The Employment Issues?
Telematics, the science of sending, receiving or storing information via telecommunication devices, has become an integral part of fleet management.
UK
21 Jul 2008
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