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Following the insolvency of Comet and recent tribunal litigation, the potential repercussions are now even more serious for insolvency practitioners who get it wrong.
Any payments that are ‘intrinsically linked to the performance of the tasks’ under an employment contract must be included in the calculation of holiday pay.
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s expert employment team considers in detail the primary issues an employer faces once a CAC application has been accepted.
Cetinsoy v London United Busways Ltd serves as a useful reminder to employers that the relocation of employees for TUPE transfer can be difficult to manage.
As at June this year, the full-time gender pay gap was on average 10 per cent, almost doubling to 19.7 per cent for the whole workforce (full and part time).
From 1 October 2014, fathers will have the right to unpaid time off to accompany their spouse or partner to antenatal appointments.
One of the key questions that employers will face under the scheme is whether to match pay for anyone taking SPL with any enhanced maternity pay that is currently offered.
Chuka Umunna has told the TUC Congress that Labour will introduce a ‘fairer system to ensure that affordability is not a barrier to employees seeking redress in the workplace’.
Employment law reform featured heavily in the coalition government’s legislative programme.
Fuller v United Healthcare Services: scope of UK law does not extend to a US employee who spends 49 per cent of his time in the UK
The EAT has upheld a decision that an employee who worked almost 50 per cent of the time in the UK was not entitled to bring claims for unfair dismissal and discrimination.
The courts have said that any employee who receives commission and/or overtime should have that taken into account for their statutory holiday pay.
This two-part alert looks at your choices in terms of union recognition — from how to avoid it in the long term to how you react if the union comes calling.
In part two of this series, Martin Chitty takes a closer look at what action has been announced and the options open to employers.
Employers with recognised trade unions are seeing more pressure coming their way in relation, on the one hand, to job security and on the other to improved terms and conditions.
Employment update — September 2014: tax simplification review; whistleblowing; and shared parental leave
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s employment specialists discuss the implications of the latest employment law issues and provide action points to help you and your organisation.
There seems to be a growing recognition that retaining the skills of the older worker makes sound business sense. But are we neglecting our younger potential workforce?
Benefit change exercises — what are the practical implications of the IBM case for trustees and employers?
The latest IBM case has implications for employers and trustees when considering changes to members’ pension benefits. But what implications?
The government has published its response to its Freedom and Choice consultation issued as a result of the Budget.
Obesity is a growing problem in modern society. For the first time, the European Court of Justice is considering issues concerning obesity-based discrimination.
The Office for National Statistics has estimated that 465,500 people were aged 90 or above in 2012 (33 per cent higher compared with the previous decade).