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Decision of relevance to international employers who have employees in EU member states.
Move could encourage jurisdiction-shopping by claimants.
Agency workers only have a right to be informed about vacancies, not to be treated equally to permanent employees
In a recent finding the EAT has confirmed the extent of agency workers’ rights under the Agency Workers Regulations 2010 in relation to being considered for vacancies alongside permanent employees.
The Scottish Government published an analysis of all non-confidential responses to the public consultation.
Practical steps that parties to construction contracts should consider.
An agency worker’s right is simply a right to information: it does not grant the same treatment afforded to an employer’s own employees.
It is the first in a series of guides for trustees of DB occupational pension schemes to help them apply the DB funding code of practice.
Clarity on how long an employee has to ‘use or lose’ carried-over holiday.
Operation Stack is reported to have cost companies millions in lost sales. There will be claims…...
Ombudsman finds it is for the actuary to recommend how a calculation for equalising benefits between men and women should be made.
Proposed £95,000 limit on the total value of exit payments.
Two recent cases relating to definitive map applications serve as a warning to landowners and developers.
This article focuses on the concept of ‘good governance’ as a proactive use of e-discovery. In the past decade or so, the regulatory landscape of the UK has changed beyond recognition.
The government has confirmed a number of reforms to the pensions industry. Possibly one of the most complex changes relates to the alignment of pension input periods (PIPs).
The DWP haspublished its response to the consultation on the rules which will be put in place for formerly contracted-out schemes when contracting-out is abolished for defined benefit schemes in 2016.
This article reviews the different approaches and rules in Scotland and England and provides some suggested tips for deploying formal offers.
Implications for public sector pensions, and the local government pension scheme in particular.
The practical application of e-tools when a company suspects it has been the victim, or perpetrator, of dodgy behaviour.
…as Tier 2 immigration cap is reached.
Why do some lawyers insist on clinging to archaic language?