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Can Someone Who Is Paid Through Their Own Limited Company Be A Worker Or Employee?
Professionals and consultants may at times provide their services through an intermediary, such as their own "personal services company".
UK
27 Sep 2019
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Employment Law Bulletin - August 2019
We take a brief look at some of the employment-related topics on which the Government is currently consulting.
UK
30 Aug 2019
3
Women And Equalities Committee Suggest Fundamental Changes To Enforce The Equality Act 2010
"Current model is dependent on individual enforcement rather than seeking institutional change" say Committee.
UK
29 Aug 2019
4
Employment Law Bulletin - July 2019
As temperatures soar, we consider some of the current hot topics for employers in four complex and interesting cases in the EAT and Court of Appeal.
UK
7 Aug 2019
5
Question Of The Month: Can An Employee Make A Covert Recording?
Making a covert recording could be gross misconduct in some circumstances but the recording may be admissible in the employment tribunal
UK
1 Aug 2019
6
Was A Christian NHS Trust Director Discriminated Against For Expressing His Views On Same-Sex Couple Adoption?
Employers need to have a clear non-discriminatory reason for action when dealing with religious expression
UK
31 Jul 2019
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Can Employers Change Terms And Conditions By Making Offers Directly To Workers And Avoiding Trade Union Negotiations?
Inducements to forgo collective bargaining: the risk of penal awards decreases after Court of Appeal decision.
UK
2 Jul 2019
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Work Experience For Children And Young People
What do you need to know about employing children?
UK
14 Jun 2019
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Can The Directors Of A Limited Company Be Personally Liable For The Company's Breaches Of An Employment Contract?
It has already been decided by the courts that directors of a company can be held responsible for the wrong doing or "torts" of their company if they actively directed them.
UK
28 May 2019
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Was An Employer Negligent Or Vicariously Liable For Injury Sustained During An Office Party At Work Premises?
Case law has considered the actions of an over-exuberant attendee to an office party in what continues to be a fact-specific area of law
UK
27 May 2019
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Would It Have Been A Reasonable Adjustment For An Employer To Follow Its Own Policy?
A disabled employee should have been offered a dedicated parking space as a reasonable adjustment in line with the employer's own policy
UK
29 Apr 2019
12
Should Applicants For Work With Children Or Vulnerable Adults Have To Disclose Spent Convictions?
Supreme Court upholds decision that the rules on disclosing multiple spent convictions in an enhanced DBS check are disproportionate and incompatible
UK
11 Feb 2019
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Was A "Self-Employed" Live-In Carer Supplied By An Agency An Employee Of The Client?
The EAT has upheld the decision of an employment tribunal that a live-in carer was an employee of the client even though she contributed to tax & NI.
UK
31 Jan 2019
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Changes To Simplify Right To Work Checks
Two changes to the right to work check rules, intended to simplify the checking process, come into force on 28 January.
UK
31 Jan 2019
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Employer Vicariously Liable For Managing Director's Attack At Post-Christmas Party Drinks
In Bellman v Northampton Recruitment Limited, the Court of Appeal has overturned the decision of the High Court and held that a drunken attack by the managing director of a small business
UK
22 Jan 2019
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New Scheme For Refunding Employment Tribunal And ET Fees Now In Operation
The Government announced in December its intended reforms following the 2017 Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices. In the "Good Work Plan",
UK
22 Jan 2019
17
Welcome To 2019: What's Coming Up In Employment Legislation And Case Law?
A look ahead to some of the key changes impacting on employers planned for 2019/20
UK
10 Jan 2019
18
Equality And Human Rights Commission (EHRC) : More Employers Should Publish Gender Pay Gap Narratives And Action Plans
In December, EHRC published a report on the first round of gender pay gap reporting, focusing on explanatory narratives and action plans.
UK
10 Jan 2019
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Part-Time Airline Worker Was Treated Less Favourably Because Of Her Part-Time Status
Court of Appeal holds purser paid 50% of full-time pay when available for work for more than 50% of full-time hours was less favourably treated.
UK
20 Nov 2018
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Could An Employer Be Liable For A Malicious Data Breach By An Employee?
A recent Court of Appeal decision highlights the risk that data controllers will be found liable for damages due to a data breach of a rogue employee
UK
7 Nov 2018
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