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The future for zero-hours contracts? download
In this article, Walker Morris examines the issues relating to zero-hours contracts and their practical impact for employers.
Walker Morris looks at the immigration changes and what employers need to know.
The ECJ has handed down an important decision that affects the calculation of holiday pay for workers whose pay includes an element of commission.
HMRC has ruled that around 3,000 home care staff should receive a share of £600,000 in unpaid wages after their employer had not paid them for time spent travelling between care visits.
The Pensions Regulator has issued a report outlining how it dealt with an employer that failed to meet its auto-enrolment deadlines and registration.
The European Court of Justice has recently heard a discrimination claim brought by a Danish child minder, Karsten Kaltoft, against his local authority.
The World Cup runs until 13 July and from past experience we know it can give rise to a few employment challenges.
The government’s quarterly employment tribunal statistics for the period January to March 2014 show a drop in single claims of 59 per cent.
There have been a number of changes to immigration-checking rules for employers.
The Flexible Working Regulations 2014 come into force on 30 June 2014.This extends the right to request flexible working to all employees with 26 weeks’ continuous service.
The Lock decision has expensive implications and it’s worth doing the groundwork now.
Defectively executed deeds of amendment — Briggs (and Others) v Gleeds (and Others) (High Court) download
The High Court held that deeds of amendment going back more than 30 years had been incorrectly executed.
Changes have been made to the statutory protection in regard to pension rights offered to transferring employees on a TUPE transfer, who were formerly members of an occupational pension scheme.
Defined-contribution pension reform — DWP confirms charge-capping measures and quality standards download
The DWP has outlined in its ‘Command Paper: Better workplace pensions: Further measures for savers’ new quality standards and charge-capping measures.
In Merlin Financial Consultants Ltd v Cooper, Mr Cooper was a financial adviser employed by Merlin.
It has been on the horizon for some time now — a complete overhaul of parental leave as we know it is now less than 11 months away.
Foresight is an easy-to-use legal calendar that outlines major cases, government policy and forthcoming legislation right through to 2017.
According to recent research, a growing number of the UK workforce is now aged 65 and over; the figure is twice as many as in 1992.
HMRC has revealed some of the more unusual reasons given by employers for not paying the legal wage.
On 10 March 2014, some rehabilitation periods for convictions were reduced.