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CJEU ruling on untaken holiday pay
Court of Appeal rules that claimants do bear an initial burden of proof under the Equality Act 2010
Monitoring employees’ communications: the final word
Oh so false Number 9s – why the law is powerless to act – A football tale for the Summer Holidays
Supreme Court quashes ET fees
Wrongful Dismissal Damages
Recent Cases on the Braganza duty and the exercise of discretion: an intensification of scrutiny of the decision making process
11KBW Employment Law Conferences 2017
Author: Darren Newman, barrister
A balanced approach to UK employment law
Supreme Court finds no discrimination in ‘gay cake’ case
My Pimlico Plumbers Prediction (updated)
‘Last Chance Saloon’ for gender pay gap reporting?
Government responds to the Taylor Review
Iceland, equal pay and enforcing the gender pay gap regulations
The Classic Employment Law Songbook
What is the point of Unfair Dismissal?
How Uber could win in the Employment Appeal Tribunal
Author: Belinda Lester
‘Bosses Free to Spy on Emails’? Well no, not really
Extension of the Right to Request Flexible Working – Summary of key provisions
Extension of the Right to Request Flexible Working – Summary of key provisions
Disability and Adjustments – What is reasonable?
Redundant Employees were Unfairly Dismissed
Who is REALLY the Victim Here?
The Dismissal Vanishes!
Publisher: Clyde & Co
Your centre for advice, know-how, and the latest developments relating to all your workplace and people issues.
UK - CABLE: Current Awareness Bulletin
Court of Appeal confirms supermarket vicariously liable for data breach by rogue employee
Government proposals on mandatory ethnicity pay reporting
Pension Scheme Investment: New Regulations
Pension Protection Fund Levy Consultation: Do you need to update your contingent assets?
Tanzania: common mistakes that may affect your employment case
UK - CABLE: Current Awareness Bulletin
European Court rules Pension Protection Fund compensation cap unlawful
Author: CM Murray LLP, solicitors
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PPA Breakfast Seminar: Going Public – Floating your Firm, Wednesday, 5th December 2018
Employers must do more to protect against sexual harassment at work, says committee
“‘Top-flight’…’Fantastic boutique’ CM Murray” Ranked Tier 1 for Partnership and Employment Law (Senior Executives) in Legal 500 and Named one of the Times Best Law Firms 2019
SUBJECT ACCESS REQUESTS UNDER GDPR
EMPLOYEE MONITORING AND DATA PROTECTION ISSUES
Iniquity and the cloak of privilege
DEFENDING DISCRIMINATION AND WHISTLEBLOWING CLAIMS
DATA PRIVACY LITIGATION
Author: Daniel Barnett
Publisher: DLA Piper
Data protection cases in the spotlight
ECJ rules that a worker cannot automatically lose his acquired rights to paid annual leave because he did not apply for leave
Government response to consultation on parental bereavement leave and pay regulations
UK Budget 2018: Employment
Government consultation on mandatory ethnicity pay reporting
Supreme Court rules that it was not unlawful discrimination for a bakery to refuse to supply a cake supportive of gay marriage.
Supreme Court decides “self-employed” plumber has worker status
Disparate pay for maternity and shared parental leave may be indirect discrimination
Publisher: Simmons & Simmons
First Criminal sentence obtained by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)
Pensions Update Lloyds November 2018
Working time - international snapshot
Working Relations October 2018
Breakfast Briefing #MeToo - Herausforderung für die Personal- und Compliance-Abteilungen
Diversità e inclusione nel mondo del lavoro
Working time in Spain
Legal Headwinds: Asia - Quarterly Report - Q4 2018
Author: Charles Price, barrister with No5 Chambers
An advocate's guide to tactics, tips and employment law updates.
Supreme Court Rules on "Self-Employed" Plumber
Royal Surrey County NHS Foundation Trust v Drzymala
Female Employee Wins £24,000 Discrimination Award
Data Protection Deadline Looms
New Tax Rules for Termination Payments
Whistleblowing - knowledge of decision maker
Expiry of Fixed -Term Contracts
Rest Break Crucial
Author: Naomi Cunningham and Michael Reed
This blog supports and updates the book Employment Tribunal Claims: tactics and precedents (2nd edn LAG September 2007).
Supreme Court says ET fees are unlawful
What do I do if my employer won’t tell me where to serve my ET1?
Make the judge decide
Please help me run 26.2 miles on Sunday
A historic date: Cross-Party Consensus on Employment Tribunal Fees
A regularly updated blog by a number of contributors covering the latest developments in Employment Law,focusing on numerous topical trends in the Private and Public sectors.
MAC report on EEA migrants: what you need to know
Gender Recognition Act Blog
British Home Stores v Burchell – 40 years on
Pimlico Plumbers: A person who works under the direction of a single company is likely to be a worker
Shared Parental Leave: Men do not (always) have to be paid the same as women
April 2018 - Changes in Employment, Pensions & Immigration Law
Tax changes from 6 April 2018
Protecting whistle blowers
Author: Group blog by employment lawyers
Thinking hard about UK employment law.
Who needs European Employment Rights
When is an ET claim not a claim? (Answer: When it’s part of a case)
Oh look, a new set of quarterly ET statistics …. zzzzzzzzz
Impact of ET fees: a Hancock and bull story
Vulnerable workers: Tories boldly go where Labour and the Lib Dems feared to tread
Hurry up, Mr Vara!
The one in which Mrs Wonky and I are as one
Will the Justice committee prove to be au fait with access to justice?
Publisher: Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
Know-how blog where you will find the latest developments in international employment legislation, regulation and litigation.
Australia: Navigating the Christmas season in the #MeToo era: 5 tips for planning a fun (and liability-free) work event
UK: further detail on parental bereavement rights published
UK: workers may be entitled to carry over statutory holiday if they have not been encouraged to take it
UK: information gathering by in-house lawyer in order to obtain external advice may not be protected by legal advice privilege
UK: new resources on criminal record checks, mental health and dyslexia
Australia: Workplace violence and red collar crime: Is it more threatening than you think?
UK: gender pay gap news
UK: Budget 2018 confirms IR35 reforms will extend to the private sector
Author: Jamie Anderson, barrister
Employment and discrimination law.
Updated Vento Bands
Burden of Proof in Discrimination Cases
Employment Tribunal Fees Order Unlawful
Born London Limited v Spire Production Services Limited (2017) – A Problem With TUPE?
O’Brien v Bolton St Catherine’s Academy  EWCA Civ 145 – Long Term Sickness Absence
Employment Tribunal Judgments Online
Judicial Assessment – A Mixed Bag
Author: Kevin Poulter
Employment law and social media law blog
Facebook wants you to allow facial recognition, but what does it mean for you?
Equal pay for equal work? Every little helps…
A diverse workforce is a commercial advantage, so forward-thinking employers won’t wait for gender balance
Facebook introduces ‘privacy principles’. Don’t say you haven’t been warned!
Comment: Motherboard’s guide to algorithmic morphing
Zuckerberg’s resolutions for Facebook’s newsfeed. What should we expect?
Facebook killer shines light on failings of social media giants
Guest blog: Managing employees through divorce ?
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
Carrying out a reasonable investigation into a misconduct allegation – can an employer withhold evidence from a disciplinary panel?
The extension of the SMCR, the fit & proper test and the increasing significance of non-financial misconduct
Is Section 40 of the Equality Act due a comeback?
How best to react to claims of sexual misconduct
How to bring an allegation of sexual misconduct in the workplace
Gender Pay Gap Reporting – Are We Doing Enough?
Alternative Dispute Resolution for disagreements over children: if it's good enough for Brangelina...
Handling sexual misconduct complaints: lessons to learn from the Russell McVeagh report
Author: Martin Searle, solicitors
Avoiding Sexual Harassment Claims Post-Christmas Party
Expanding Our Support Team
Challenging Transitions From Child To Adult Services For Disabled Young People
Expanding Our Teams & Offering New Education Law Services
What Do New Anti–Avoidance Tax Laws Mean For Settlement Agreements?
NHS Continuing Healthcare Award Cuts – What Steps Can Professional Deputies Take?
Celebrating Our 14th Year In Business As Part Of Refugee Week
Care At Home: Using The Social Care Ombudsman To Challenge Funding Decisions
Author: Michael Salter, barrister
I am a barrister who specialises in employment law. I set up this website up to assist those who wish to instruct me.
Bar Standards Board Appointment
Sports Resolutions Appointment
No Leeway for Litigants in Person
New Compensation Levels for Injury to Feelings
April 2018 Changes to Employment Law
Test from App
Social Media Handbook Reviewed
Author: Martin Shulman
News and comment about employment law legislation
Publisher: Pinsent Masons
Domestic mergers in Ireland
Irish M&A: domestic mergers vs asset transfers
Equal opportunities monitoring has data protection challenges
UK employers await news on future status of EU workers
Diversity policy makes business sense for manufacturers
Gender pay gap reporting has spurred action by employers
How the workplace diversity and inclusion agenda is developing
Energy companies embrace STEM challenge to tackle gender pay gap
Author: Natalie Saunders, solicitor
How many lawyers does it take to change a lightbulb?
Pharos Legal Beacon – issue 7 (August)
Pharos Beacon – July edition
Unfair dismissal – why employers need to manage performance and behaviour
Pharos Legal Beacon – issue 5…
Less red tape? Not really…
Pharos Legal Beacon – issue 4
Pharos Legal Beacon – issue 3
Author: Solicitors at PJH Law
Hargreaves v Manchester Grammar School
Feedback of The Week
British Airways v Pinaud
Timis & Sage v Osipov
The Cox Report – A Case Study of Bullying and Harassment
Reporting News – Companies to Publish Family-Friendly Policies
Data Protection – Morrison’s Loses Appeal
PJH Law News – Feedback of the Week
Keeping you informed about what's going on in the world of employment law.
National minimum wage increase from April 2019 announced
Employment tribunal fees may be re-introduced
What is the correct legal test for discrimination arising from disability?
Employer liable for deliberate data protection breach by employee
Is unfair dismissal and constructive dismissal the same thing?
What is the difference between unfair dismissal and wrongful dismissal?
What are the five fair reasons for dismissal?
Can employers still set a retirement age?
Author: Various editors and authors
This blog is a forum for academics, practising lawyers and those engaged in labour law policies to provide expert analysis of labour law matters. It welcomes both commentaries on significant legal developments, and theoretical analyses of broader labour law issues, including book reviews.
Lift the Ban: A Right to Work for Asylum Seekers – Emmeline Plews
Do parents need a holiday? The Court of Justice rules on parental leave and holiday rights – Rebecca Zahn
Collective voice in the gig economy: challenges, opportunities, solutions – Jeremias Prassl
Discrimination and privacy in religious workspaces: a welcome ruling on “ethos organisations” – Katy Sheridan
The UK Modern Slavery Act 2015: A ‘Splendid Piece of Legislation’? – Virginia Mantouvalou
Three steps too far in the undervaluing of care: Mencap v Tomlinson-Blake – LJB Hayes
#YouToo: The Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Report of the House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee – Karon Monaghan
A Missed Opportunity of a Unified test for Employment Status – Hugh Collins
Author: Laurie Anstis, solicitor with Boyes Turner LLP
Life and work as an employment and business immigration lawyer.
Law Commission consultation on employment law hearing structures
Law Commission to consider ‘Employment Law Hearing Structures’
New presidential case management order lifts stay on post-Unison cases
Taylor review outcome due next week?
10% increase in compensation for injury to feelings – the Vento bands and Simmons v Castle
Author: Michael Reed, Free Representation Unit
London Marathon tips
Being positive about judicial diversity
Lord Sumption on women
Closing the gap
I'm not a member of the Garrick, so I can't resign, but...
Meanwhile, in parliament
It's spelt 'pro bono', not 'Abracadabra'
Author: Dr Anne Sammon, Simmons & Simmons
Dr Anne Sammon shares her perspective on what employers can and should do to future-proof their policies and procedures
Enhanced pay and indirect discrimination: the latest on Hextall
Is there a requirement to enhance pay for SPL where an employer enhances pay for Maternity Leave?
Is there an obligation to match enhanced maternity pay where employers offer Shared Parental Leave?
What can we expect in 2017 on parental workplace rights?
The interaction between gender pay gap reporting and family-friendly policies
Do you have to continue to provide childcare vouchers during maternity leave?
Breastfeeding in the workplace
Shared Parental Leave for grandparents - what is the likely impact for employers?