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24 Apr, 2014

Important Changes to Employment Law

April sees a number of changes to Employment Law.

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24 Apr, 2014

Speak English

Employees at Hobbycraft warehouse told by their employers that they were required to speak English while working or potentially face disciplinary sanctions.

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15 Apr, 2014

How to Avoid Potential Summer Employment Headaches

As summer approaches, employers must begin thinking about how to effectively deal with the management of holidays and what impact it will have on the business.

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07 Mar, 2014

Shhh... it’s a secret!

Breaching a confidentiality agreement proved costly for ex employee.

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24 Feb, 2014

Tribunal Fees

Respondent Ordered to Pay Appellant’s Tribunal Fees.

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24 Feb, 2014

Compulsory Retirement Ages

Age discrimination has been unlawful since 2006 and the default retirement age was removed in 2011 meaning employers are no longer able to retire employees at a particular age automatically.

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07 Nov, 2013

Who owns the contacts on Social Networks?

Social media is being used by more and more businesses to advertise their services and reach out to new clients, with many employers actively encouraging their employees to use the various platforms on their behalf.

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03 Sep, 2013

Education is the second sector most likely to utilise Zero-hour contracts

The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) recently published a report indicating that more than one million UK workers are employed on a zero-hour basis.

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