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For many years, pregnant women who are employees have had the right to take time off work to attend antenatal appointments. That right will now be extended to other expectant parents.
UK labour law update — September 2014: measures to tighten strike laws; commentary on 2013 strike statistics; and more
Eversheds has released its UK labour law update for September, which presents news and case law.
The employers’ representatives believe that Latvia has higher requirements in comparison with its neighbour countries, but trade unions refuse to give in.
Statistics published by the UK Ministry of Justice for the period of April to June 2014 show a further drop in employment tribunal claims.
It is not known what a vote either way might ultimately mean for employers with operations in Scotland or those who trade with Scottish businesses.
In Carewatch Care Services v Focus Caring Service and Others, Mr Justice Henderson had to consider the enforceability of standard post-termination restrictions.
Employment law update — amendments to the Basic Conditions of Employment Act; increase in earning threshold; and more
Eversheds has released the August 2014 issue of its Employment law update.
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has issued a report criticising the treatment of whistleblowers and the perceived failure by the UK government to introduce effective law.
From April 2015, individuals will have total freedom over how they use their pension savings.
The EAT will embark on a three-day hearing that represents a significant stage for the cases that will determine the fate of overtime in relation to holiday pay.
An unqualified consumer relations officer can only be employed until the 31 July 2014 at the latest.
The summer edition of Eversheds’ UK Pensions Agenda is out. It summarises 10 key issues affecting UK pension plans and plan sponsors.
The Pensions Regulator has published a new code of practice on funding defined benefits ’to minimise any adverse impact on the sustainable growth of an employer’.
Eversheds has published the June 2014 edition of its In Brief publication — a look at what is happening in the legal sector.
12 June 2014 marks the kick-off of the FIFA World Cup. It will be vital that employers plan early to reduce the impact on staffing and productivity levels.
Weekly Newsletter Italy: HR consultancy; competition, EU and regulatory; and financial services disputes and investigations
Eversheds has published its weekly newsletter covering Italy for 19–25 May 2014. It looks at HR consultancy, competition, EU and regulatory, financial services disputes and more.
The Supreme Court has ruled that a fixed-salary partner who was a member of a limited liability partnership (LLP) was a ‘worker’ for employment law purposes.
The Pensions Regulator has published its first section 89 report relating to breaches of the automatic enrolment legislation.
Pensions speedbrief — scheme closures and benefit changes: High Court sheds light on some dos and don’ts
This speedbrief looks at IBM UK v Dalgleish and its practical implications for employers and trustees who are considering DB benefit change exercises.
The High Court has found that an employer had breached its implied duty of good faith in the way it went about closing its DB schemes to the future accrual of benefits.