Tag Archive: employment tribunal

right to be accompanied

Breach of the right to be accompanied: what is the cost?

Employees have a statutory right to be accompanied by a work colleague or trade unionView Article

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Are self-employed individuals entitled to holiday pay?

Under the Working Time Regulations (WTR), workers have the right to four weeks annual leaveView Article

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holiday pay
Shared Parental Leave

Should employers pay enhanced pay for Shared Parental Leave?

Since the introduction of the Shared Parental Leave provisions in April 2015, there has beenView Article

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Redundancy following sickness absence was not disability discrimination

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has given guidance on the issue of discrimination arising from disabilityView Article

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Disability discrimination redundancy following sickness absence
Employment status

Employment Law Update – 27 June 2017

WITH MASTERCLASS ON EMPLOYMENT STATUS FROM EMPLOYMENT LAW AND EMPLOYMENT TAX PERSPECTIVES.   WITH GUESTView Article

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April 2017: Key employment law changes for employers

April is generally a busy time for employers and HR professionals and this year isView Article

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Worker status remains in the headlines

Worker status remains an important issue this month with a further decision from the EmploymentView Article

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Tribunal finds settlement agreement invalid

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has agreed with the decision of an employment tribunal thatView Article

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settlement agreement
zero hours

Zero hours worker receives £19,500 for injury to feelings

Miss Southern worked as a waitress in a hotel. She made a complaint that sheView Article

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