Tag Archive: employment law

Whistleblowing

Whistleblowing protection for employees

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) confirmed this month that it has served theView Article

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Fire and rehire – a new statutory Code of Practice

The Government has published its response to consultation and an updated Statutory Code of PracticeView Article

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fire and rehire
TUPE

Does an employer remain liable for harassment of an employee if the perpetrator transfers under TUPE?

Where TUPE (the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006) applies, employees automatically transferView Article

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The return of Employment Tribunal fees?

The Government has published consultation on the proposal to re-introduce fees for issuing claims inView Article

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Tribunal fees
Flexible working

Changes to flexible working requests – ACAS draft Code         

ACAS has published a new draft Code of Practice on requests for flexible working toView Article

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Interviews and reasonable adjustments

The duty to make reasonable adjustments arises where there is a provision, criterion or practiceView Article

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Reasonable adjustments
Paternity leave

Changes to statutory paternity leave – new regulations published

The Government has published draft regulations that will make changes to the current statutory paternityView Article

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Holiday leave and pay – Government guidance issued

The Government has published guidance on the new holiday pay and entitlement provisions that cameView Article

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holiday pay
2024

What to expect in 2024 – the top five changes on the horizon

With the New Year just around the corner, we round up our top five employmentView Article

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Whistleblowing claims and uplifts in compensation

An employee can issue a claim in the Employment Tribunal if they believe they haveView Article

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whistleblowing