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In December, the DC Council unanimously passed a bill that would incrementally increase the minimum wage in the district to $11.50 by 2016.
In the end, 2013 did not disappoint, with resurgence in equity offerings, promising company valuations and greater market liquidity.
ACAS has published proposals to change its code of practice on disciplinary and grievance procedures as a result of a surprise EAT decision earlier this year.
Hogan Lovells has detailed the developments expected in employment law in 2014.
Commission accounted, on average, for some 60 per cent of the monthly pay of the claimant in Lock v British Gas Trading Ltd, a sales consultant.
The issue in Gallop v Newport City Council was ‘what is required for an employer to have knowledge of an employee’s disability?’...
Judgments handed down from the People’s Court all over the country will be available online from 1 January 2014, as part of the initiative by the Supreme People’s Court of China (SPC) to increase judicial transparency.
An issue that comes up fairly regularly in redundancy selection is whether employers must consider all employees in similar roles or whether they can opt for a ‘pool of one’.
Hibbett v The Home Office is another case on the duty to make reasonable adjustments for an employee with a disability.
With increasing internet penetration throughout the country, the e-commerce industry, like other industries in China, is growing at a swift pace.
A tribunal decision that required a committed Christian to work on a Sunday on an occasional basis in accordance with her contract of employment did not discriminate against her.
In D.R. Horton, Inc. v NLRB, the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit overturned a controversial NLRB decision regarding class- and collective-action waivers.
The government has issued a response to its consultation on the administration of shared parental leave and pay.
A contract for insulation work on boilers at a power station was originally granted to Kitsons in December 2010.
In Cleeve Link Ltd v Bryla, the EAT considered whether a repayment clause relating to certain recruitment costs incurred by the employer in hiring the employee was unenforceable as a penalty.
The claimant worked as a beauty consultant in airside duty free at Heathrow Airport and formed a limited company.
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Dismissals as a result of a business transfer will not be automatically unfair under TUPE where the reason is economic, technical or organisational.
The defendant in JM Finn & Co Ltd v Holliday, a stockbroker, resigned with the intention of joining a competitor as soon as he could.
The claimant was employed as company secretary of a company where there had already been redundancies.