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A few years ago the French government seriously tried to make sport fully regulated at EU level on a top-down basis.
Given the recent tube strike and the fact that yet more strikes are being threatened, employers will undoubtedly be faced with having to deal with travel disruption difficulties.
This update considers three cases regarding holiday entitlement and pay currently in the UK courts.
£1,500 a year added to the cost of an average over-25 worker.
Do you have clients running out of space because they are storing too much of their customers’ unwanted property?
Occupants of holiday chalets on the Gower peninsula lost their appeal to have their leases read in such a way so as to avoid exorbitant service charges.
“Incentives will be aligned” with compliance with the Senior Managers Regime.
Settlement must be thought through properly before a deal is concluded as otherwise disappointment can arise, as can be illustrated by a recent decision.
The National Measurement & Regulation Office (no, we hadn’t heard of them before either!) can bring criminal prosecutions.
Goodman Derrick looks back at the Conservative Party’s manifesto pledges to consider the possible impact on HR professionals in the hotel and leisure sector.
You should take great care when agreeing to be ‘bound’ by an adjudicator’s award, as a recent case shows.
Following the introduction of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013, the rules on whistleblowing require disclosures made on or after 25 June 2013 to be in the public interest.
The variable element, ie. the commission or overtime, should be included as ‘remuneration’.
The latest football/finance issue to rear its head is ‘third-party ownership’ of football players.
There is confusion over the new agency legislation and businesses should treat it with care and determination.
In order for the new shared parental leave rights to kick in, a parent entitled to maternity leave and pay will need to cut short her maternity leave.
Can an employee who simply overeats and is consequently overweight be protected for the purposes of employment law?
While there is no freestanding protection against discrimination on the grounds of obesity, an employee may be protected under disability discrimination laws.
Goodman Derrick’s employment team will hold a breakfast seminar that will review the key employment decisions made during the course of 2013.