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General Election

The General Election – what would Labour do?

The date of the next General Election has been confirmed as 4 July 2024.  WithView Article

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Whistleblowing and automatic unfair dismissal

A dismissal of an employee is automatically unfair if the reason (or the principal reason)View Article

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Whistleblowing
Parental leave

Dismissal for ‘seeking’ to take parental leave?

It is automatically unfair to dismiss an employee if the reason or principal reason forView Article

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Which payments are increasing in April?

Here is our at a glance round-up of the key compensation limits and statutory paymentsView Article

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payments
When should consultation start in a redundancy process?

When should consultation start in a redundancy process?

An employee with more than two years’ service has the right to bring a claimView Article

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Is a resignation ‘in the heat of the moment’ really a resignation?

Often, when an employee resigns it will be clear that the resignation is really intended. View Article

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Resignation in the 'heat of the moment'
Labour

What changes to employment law would Labour introduce if elected?

Labour has announced their commitment, if elected, to introduce an Employment Bill within the firstView Article

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Whistleblowing framework review

The Government has announced a review of the whistleblowing framework.  The Public Interest Disclosure ActView Article

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Whistleblowing
Without prejudice

Can a without prejudice letter to an employee amount to a dismissal?

Where an employer wants to reach an amicable agreement with an employee to terminate employment,View Article

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Is it discrimination to dismiss an employee on long term sick leave?

An employer discriminates against an employee if it treats the employee unfavourably because of somethingView Article

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long term sick