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Post-Farage and Blatter, Shoosmiths looks at some common questions about resignations.
When personalities collide at work they can create considerable difficulty. Such cases may therefore cause an employer to consider the dismissal of one, both or all parties. But how can an employer do so fairly?
The past two weeks have delivered nothing but bad news for trade unions and their supporters.
If in the course of an action the pursuer applies for and obtains an interim interdict preventing the defender from carrying out a particular activity, it is said that the pursuer obtains that order at their own risk.
What plans do the Conservative government intend to implement and how will this impact employers? Shoosmiths summarises the headline employment policies.
Do you agree with some of the discrimination decisions made by the courts in recent years? Shoosmiths presents three different scenarios.
A recent study community has revealed the greatest challenge currently faced by in-house legal teams. This article considers this challenge and how it might be addressed.
Obligations on businesses to ensure supply chains are slavery-free, including investigating suppliers and intermediaries.
Zurich v IEG – be aware of the difference in approach between Guernsey- and UK-based claims.
The Court of Appeal has given guidance on how employment tribunals should approach the question of causation in discrimination cases.
It would still be prudent to include commission in holiday pay calculations until Lock v British Gas appeal is heard later this year.
Employers can face serious legal liability if they fail to manage stress appropriately.
Pension scheme rules should be reviewed, as amendments are likely to be required.
What will the election result mean for British retailers?
To clarify the key employment policies of each political party, Shoosmiths has summarised each of the parties’ positions below.
Three recent events have encouraged the Health and Safety Sentencing Council in its task…...
Including information on driving checks, fees for intervention and sentencing guidelines for health and safety offences, corporate manslaughter and food safety and hygiene offences.
Employers can question an applicant about their criminal record but this is subject to a fairly complex regime intended to protect certain individuals and enable them to be rehabilitated.
A quarter of all road traffic incidents involve people driving as part of their work, and taking work-related road risk seriously is a legal requirement.
On 5 April the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills issued new technical guidance for employers on changes to statutory adoption leave and pay.