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The last few months have seen many announcements in relation to changes expected in the employment law arena.
This month’s Pensions Matter provides an overview of key pension cases and their practical implications.
HMRC has published its first in a series of Countdown Bulletins to assist employees, trustees and their advisers.
A raft of new legislation comes into force on 6 April, which is now only a matter of days away. Walker Morris looks at what employers ‘need to know’ in advance of this date.
Walker Morris has released the March 2014 issue of its Case law round-up.
Walker Morris has released the March 2014 issue of its Employment News publication.
The DfE is making a grant available for small groups of schools, mainly primaries, to collaborate to employ a school business manager in a leadership role.
The Court of Appeal has found a director personally liable for the legal costs of an action brought against his company.
Case law round-up — Pensions Matter, March 2014... an overview of key pension cases and their practical implications download
In McCoy, it was held to be reasonable for the trustees of a SIPP to require the beneficiary of a lump-sum death benefit to complete a form of discharge prior to paying out the discretionary benefit.
Steve Webb has confirmed that the government is ‘actively exploring’ if it can amend the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) legislation in regard to employer insolvency.
The DWP has published a report that highlights the areas it believes have a strong case for an exemption from auto-enrolment duties for certain employees.
The government has now confirmed that ‘protected persons’ will not be prejudiced by the statutory override contained in the Pensions Bill.
The politics of sexual harassment download
The Lord Rennard ‘saga’ continues to play out in the news.
This article provides a checklist to assist in both preventing long-term sickness absence and managing such absence in the most efficient manner.
The Supreme Court has handed down its judgment in the long-running case of Woodland v Essex County Council and in the process rewrote the common law.
Walker Morris has updated its employment legislation tracker for February 2014.
Changes to the TUPE regulations came into effect on 31 January 2014. What are the main implications for corporate finance?
Court of Appeal cautions employers against blindly accepting an occupational health opinion that employee is not disabled download
This decision highlights the pitfalls of relying blindly on the opinion of an OH adviser that an employee is not disabled nor covered by disability discrimination legislation.
Court of Appeal holds that it is not religious discrimination to require a Christian employee to work on Sundays download
The Court of Appeal has dismissed the appeal of a care worker that a requirement to work on Sundays amounted to religious discrimination.
Belief in ‘democratic socialism’ can amount to a philosophical belief for the purpose of a religion or belief discrimination download
Mr Olivier believed that the Labour party was more than just a political party but that it enshrined a set of core beliefs amounting to ‘democratic socialism’.