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The Cost of Employment in 2016 – Are You Prepared?

22nd January, 2016

National Minimum Wage The retailer Monsoon Accessorize Ltd has recently topped the government’s list of companies who were named and shamed for failing to pay the National Minimum Wage. The retailer neglected to pay 1438 staff which is more than a quarter of its UK store staff a total of £104,507.83. It was forced to reimburse staff and... Read More »

Monitoring Employees’ Use of the Internet

19th January, 2016

The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that an employee’s right under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights, to respect for private life and correspondence, is not automatically breached if their employer monitors their personal communications in work.... Read More »

Extra Protection for Zero Hour Contract Workers

13th January, 2016

Following the ban of exclusivity clauses in zero hour contracts in May 2015, The Exclusivity Terms in Zero Hour Contracts (Redress) Regulations 2015 came into force yesterday.... Read More »

Key employment announcements arising from Autumn Statement

27th November, 2015

This week saw George Osbourne deliver his Autumn Statement to Parliament and the publication of the Government’s 2015 Spending Review, which contained a number of surprises, not only in respect of the U-turn on scrapping tax credits. Some of the key employment announcements include: Apprenticeship levy Large employers will be required to spend 0.5% of their wage bill on... Read More »


26th June, 2015

Here’s this month’s Tribunal for HR professionals... Read More »

Why introduce a Shared Parental Leave scheme?

25th June, 2015

Shared Parental Leave (SPL) replaces the provisions of additional paternity leave which proved to be unpopular, with only... Read More »

What is the Meaning of Disclosure in Whistleblowing Claims?

24th June, 2015

In the recent case of Barton v Royal Borough of Greenwich, the EAT considered whether a disclosure which... Read More »

Employment Law Roadshow 2015 Roundup

19th June, 2015

In May we held our annual Employment Law Roadshow, which gave delegates  updates and information on the current... Read More »

Law firm dispute sets groundbreaking precedent

10th June, 2015

In the first judgment of its type, an Employment Tribunal has ruled that it has jurisdiction to hear... Read More »

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