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A Spring Clean – Important Rate Changes In April 2016
April 2016 sees a number of important changes to employment rates with the introduction of the National Living Wage ('NLW') and increases to compensation and redundancy limits.
UK
7 Apr 2016
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Christmas Past - A Summary Of The Years Key Employment Cases
The ECJ overturned the earlier EAT decision that had to be considered together for the purposes of collective consultation.
UK
29 Dec 2015
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Good News For Multi-Site Businesses – ECJ Limits The Scope Of Collective Consultation Obligations
This decision does not mean that each individual location will always be a separate establishment.
UK
5 Nov 2015
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Judgment In Woolworths Case
This case concerned the collapse of the national high street retailers Woolworths and Ethel Austin, which resulted in large-scale redundancies and store closures.
UK
25 Jun 2015
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New Rates From 6 April 2015
Employers need to be aware that as from 6 April 2015, a number of statutory rates will increase.
UK
14 Apr 2015
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Collective Redundancy – All By Myself?
Most businesses from time to time have to regrettably look at the question of redundancies, but in recent years there has been uncertainty over whether or not collective consultation obligations are triggered and therefore how long redundancy consultation should last.
UK
18 Feb 2015
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Enhanced Redundancy Payments – How Far Does Your Past Generosity Bind You In The Future?
The EAT confirmed that a historic consistently applied practice of enhancing redundancy payments had established an implied contractual entitlement.
UK
12 May 2014
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Collective Redundancy Consultation: Major Change In The Law
The EAT has issued a judgment which turns UK collective redundancy law on its head. The EAT's decision in USDAW and others v WW Realisation and USDAW v Ethel Austin has rewritten statute, making the duty to collectively consult far more wide-reaching.
UK
26 Jul 2013
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Employer's Insurance Policy Pays Off - 12 Month Enforceable Covenant
Many employers will have experienced the situation whereby a senior employee leaves the company and shortly afterwards begins to solicit key clients in breach of his/her restrictive covenants.
UK
11 Jun 2013
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Reminder Of New Compensation Limits
Employment tribunal compensation limits will increase from 1 February 2013.
UK
6 Mar 2013
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How To Be A Terminator, Not Hoisted By Your Own PILON
The Supreme Court has given a very important decision on how to terminate an employment contract.
UK
6 Mar 2013
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Game Over For Packman - Reduction In Headcount Not Always Required For Redundancy
Employers can find themselves in a tricky situation where they have a reduction in work but still require the same number of employees.
UK
1 Oct 2012
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Redundancy Consultation: Subjectively Speaking, Selection Criteria Was Super
As you know, for a redundancy dismissal to be fair, the redundancy process, including scoring the employee against selection criteria, must be reasonable.
UK
10 Apr 2012
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Built-In Redundancy - Alternatives To Redundancy
In the current economic climate, staff redundancies are quite often a company's first survival option. But are such measures short-term solutions?
UK
26 Mar 2009
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