Categories:Employment,UK

Employment Briefing — July 2013

The July 2013 issue of Walker Morris’s Employment Briefing is available now.

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Contents

  • Employee Shareholders in force from 1 September 2013
  • Compensatory award for unfair dismissal
  • Pre-termination negotiations and settlement agreements
  • Changes to interest on employment tribunal awards
  • TUPE changes may be delayed
  • Government’s response to mandatory early conciliation published
  • Employment Tribunal fees judicial review (JR) challenge
  • Call for evidence on whistleblower protection
  • Case law round-up

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