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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
2
Implementing Employee Owner Status
BIS has now published the promised consultation paper on the proposal for employees to give up certain statutory employment rights in exchange for shares.
UK
24 Oct 2012
3
New Rules On Democratic Organization In Chinese Enterprises
The PRC Labor Contract Law, effective since 1 January 2008, requires an enterprise to follow democratic procedures whenever it formulates or amends any rules or makes any important decisions that are directly related to the interests of the employees.
China
11 Aug 2012
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Latest From Court Of Appeal On Issue Of Holiday And Sick Leave
In the much anticipated Court of Appeal decision in NHS Leeds v Larner, it has been held that a worker who was unable to take four weeks’ annual leave due to sickness did not have to make a request to carry the untaken leave over into the next leave year in order to receive a payment in lieu of it on termination of employment.
UK
30 Jul 2012
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New Labour Code
From 1 July 2012, a new Labour Code is expected to come into force, including rules for applying the new Code to existing employment contracts.
Hungary
11 Jul 2012
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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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Enterprise And Regulatory Reform Bill Published
Business Secretary Vince Cable has now presented the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill to Parliament.
UK
6 Jun 2012
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Employees’ Inventions Draft Bill
On 13 October 2011, the Romanian State Office for Inventions and Trademarks ("OSIM") published a draft bill on employees’ inventions (the "Draft Bill") on their website.
UK
9 Mar 2012
9
Team Moves And Use Of Springboard Relief
The recent High Court case of QBE Management Services (UK) Ltd v Dymoke and Others provides a useful reminder of the legal issues relevant to team moves.
UK
22 Feb 2012
10
Employment Law - Top Topics For 2012
2012 promises to be a busy year for employment law and employers should ensure that they are ready to respond.
UK
19 Jan 2012
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Insolvency – TUPE Dismissal Automatically Unfair Even Where No Transferee Identified
The Court of Appeal has held in the recent case of Spaceright Europe Ltd v Baillavoine and another (2011) that a dismissal can be for "a reason connected with the transfer" under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 ("TUPE") even if there is no particular transfer or transferee in existence or contemplation at the time of the dismissal.
UK
29 Dec 2011
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Employment Law Reforms Announced
Business Secretary Vince Cable has announced the government's proposals for what BIS describes as the most radical reform to the employment law system for decades.
UK
30 Nov 2011
13
Court Of Appeal Guidance On References
In Jackson v Liverpool City Council the Court of Appeal has given some helpful guidance to employers on the provision of references in circumstances where there are outstanding but uninvestigated allegations about a former employee.
UK
6 Oct 2011
14
Agency Workers Regulations Come Into Force On 1st October
The Agency Workers Regulations 2010 come into force on 1st October.
UK
4 Oct 2011
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Proposed Changes To Labour Code
A bill to change the Labour Code has been approved by the Lower Chamber and will now be passed to the Senate and to the President for approval.
Czech Republic
20 Sep 2011
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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
17
When Is A Partner Not A Partner?
A recent Employment Appeal Tribunal ("EAT") ruling has found that a solicitor who was held out as a partner and remunerated as a partner was nevertheless an employee of the solicitors’ firm at which he worked.
UK
26 Aug 2011
18
Comprehensive Upgrade Of Labour Law Regulations In Hungary
In the wake of the Government's commitments to cut spending, increase employment rates and reduce red tape, the recently released reform package features elements to tweak provisions of the Labour Code, which remained practically untouched since its introduction in 1992.
UK
3 Jun 2011
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Disguised Remuneration – Employee Trusts
Helpful amendments have been published by the Government.
UK
17 May 2011
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Agency Worker Regulations 2011 - Final Guidance Published
Further to our previous update on 6 April (which may be found here), BIS has today finalised the guidance to accompany the Agency Workers Regulations 2010 (the "AWR").
UK
11 May 2011
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