Tag Archive: industrial relations

Top five

2022 – top five cases

It has been another busy year for employers and HR professionals.  As the year drawsView Article

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Can an employer use agency staff to replace striking workers?

The Government has announced changes to legislation that will enable businesses to supply skilled agencyView Article

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Is an employee taking part in a strike protected from detriment?

An employee has the right not to be subjected to a detriment by their employerView Article

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Was a trade union representative unfairly dismissed despite alleged misuse of confidential information?

An employee’s dismissal is automatically unfair if the reason, or principal reason for the dismissalView Article

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union recognition for small pool of employees

Court of Appeal upholds trade union recognition for small pool of employees

The Court of Appeal has upheld a Central Arbitration Committee (CAC) decision that a groupView Article

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Government to review electronic voting in industrial action ballots

The government has announced that it has appointed Sir Ken Knight, CBE, QFSM to undertakeView Article

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TUPE transfers

Changing buses and TUPE transfers

In CT Plus (Yorkshire) CIC v Black and others, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) wasView Article

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Labour leadership candidates make employment pledges

The two Labour leadership candidates, Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith have set out a numberView Article

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Guidance on vaping at work

Earlier this month, Public Health England (PHE) issued new framework advice for business and employersView Article

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Employment law post Brexit

Earlier this year, when the referendum date was fixed, we issued a post which setView Article

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