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Recent developments in employment law both locally and nationally, for employment lawyers and HR professionals.
Author: Darren Newman, barrister
A balanced approach to UK employment law
What is the point of Unfair Dismissal?
How Uber could win in the Employment Appeal Tribunal
How much does it cost to defend an ET claim?
Employment Tribunal fees have been abolished
Supreme Court ready to rule on Tribunal fees
What about the dependent contractors?
The Taylor Review – the good, the bad and and the cosmetic
Employment Status – in praise of fuzziness
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.
Author: CM Murray LLP, solicitors
Welcome to our resource library where you can find our latest Little Books, video diaries, news alerts, press releases, comments and articles
Innangard Report: Around the World in 60 Minutes – A rapid fire look at the hot employment law developments around the world
Innangard Report: Around the World in 60 Minutes – A rapid fire look at the Hot Employment Law Developments Around the World
“standout” and “first-rate” CM Murray LLP ranked Tier 1 for Partnership Law & Employment Law Practices by Legal 500
Professional Practices Alliance Breakfast Seminar: 13 September 2017 – 8.30-10.30am – SETTING UP IN IRELAND – Issues for International Firms Opening an Office in Dublin
“Interested in” protecting your business? How an overly wide restrictive covenant can result in no protection at all – and how to avoid a similar fate
Removal of Employment Tribunal fees – how will this affect multinational employers?
BBC, LLPs and Beyond: Equal pay claims and knowing the right questions to ask
‘Going Rogue Overseas’ – Top Tips for Multinationals with Overseas Managers
Author: Daniel Barnett
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Carrying over Paid Annual Leave when Sick
Subconscious Direct Discrimination
Discrimination: Work Placements
Equal Pay Claims: No Power to Stay Claims in Employment Tribunal
Abuse of Migrant Workers not Unlawful Discrimination
Acas Code does not apply to Ill Health Dismissals
Publisher: DLA Piper
Data Protection Bill: impact on employee data
Brexit: Latest developments on the future of EU nationals working in the UK
Draft Data Protection Bill published
Monitoring employees: Guidance on privacy in the workplace
ECHR confirms that employers do not have green light to monitor employee emails
Brexit: Update on future rights of EU citizens in the UK
Government publishes Statement of Intent on proposals for new data protection laws
Holiday pay must include payment for any voluntary overtime normally worked
Author: Charles Price, barrister with No5 Chambers
An advocate's guide to tactics, tips and employment law updates.
Subject Access Rules Are Changing - Are You Ready in HR?
Suspension is not always a neutral act - HR Guide
New Vento bands for injury to feelings awards
Latest on reimbursement of employment tribunal fees
Long awaited tribunal pension guidance
New Laws Will Allow People to Claw Back Their Data
Tribunal Fees System Ruled Unlawful.
Tribunal Fee Ruling Quashes Existing Regime
Publisher: Squire Saunders
Aims to interest and educate, to stimulate discussion, to provoke and sometimes just to amuse HR and other practitioners around the world.
Federal Court Clarifies When Employers Must Pay Employees For Pre- or Post-Shift Activities
Webinar: US Employment Law – A Year Into the Trump Era
Paid Family Leave On the Rise – California and New York State Both Set to Expand Benefits Starting January 1, 2018
“One-Size-Fits-All” Return-To-Work Policies Cause An Extra Large Problem For Major US Airline
US Senate Confirms Peter Robb as New NLRB General Counsel
New proposals for post-Brexit maternity protection – use German law
Getting handsy in Hollywood, the fall of the stars – lessons nearer home
Can you mediate sexual harassment complaints? Should you?
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.
UK promises in an attempt to reassure EU nationals
How Deliveroo gamed the system with employment status
Are without prejudice conversations always protected?
Rising cost of holidays
IBM and employer's powers to change benefits
From Asset Managers to Car Salesmen the FCA has published its proposals to extend the senior managers and certification regimes to all FCA regulated businesses
Government response to ET Fees ruling
Supreme Court declares Employment Tribunal fees to be unlawful
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: Uncertain times – Labour hire licensing in Queensland
Australia: Safety Snapshot – October 2017
Myanmar: Compliance check – New standard contract template
Hong Kong: Who owns employees’ work product
India: Implementation of the rights of persons with Disabilities Act 2016
Japan: Conversion of fixed term employees to permanent employment
Australia: Whistleblower protection laws – proposed amendments to the Corporations Act
UK: Brexit – UK government gives assurances to EU citizens in the UK
Author: Jamie Anderson, barrister
Employment and discrimination law.
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
Taxation and the Termination of Employment
Author: Kevin Poulter
Employment law and social media law blog
Facebook killer shines light on failings of social media giants
Guest blog: Managing employees through divorce ?
Getting social with Sage – Sage Summit, London
Social media risk and reward, at work (part II)
Social media risk and reward, at work (part I)
Facebook for recruitment? It’s time to clean up your profile
What makes a good lawyer?
Is Facebook controlling the news?
Publisher: Kingsley Napley
No, we don’t need new UK workplace sexual harassment laws
Keeping an eye on the ‘ex’: the EU Gothenburg Summit and the future of UK employment law
Thriving at work – better mental health support for individuals in the workplace
Sexual Harassment: Guidance for employers
Discrimination by qualification bodies: a more accessible, cost-effective solution
Stopping sexual harassment from happening in the first place – #ICanHelpToo
Fair redundancies – Top tips for employers on individual consultation
A warning for employers to think carefully before suspending an employee
Author: Martin Searle, solicitors
Important Differences Between The National Minimum Wage, Living Wage & National Living Wage
The Proposed NHS ‘Rent-A-Room’ Pilot Is A Worrying Sign Of The Social Care Crisis
To Employ Or Not To Employ – Will A Freelancer Do?
Growing Our Specialist Employment Law & Community Care Law Teams
Why We Sponsor The Brighton and Hove Business Awards 2017
Building Our Private Community Care Law Team
Why Taking Advice From A Community Care Lawyer Before Making Lasting Powers Of Attorney Is Crucial
Employment Tribunal Fees Scrapped – Tax on Justice Abolished
Author: Employment lawyer
Rants about the Equality Act, discrimination law and anything else that incurs my wrath
World Cup Fever! Why you MUST have a workplace policy on major sporting events
Eweida: what it all means
Actually, Eweida has a point but she’ll still lose today
“Beecroft by the back door”: a practical guide to using the government’s “shares for rights” scheme to totally screw over your employees
Protected conversations: all gone quiet
Paralympics on Channel 4: a grumble about the perception of disability
Author: Martin Shulman
News and comment about employment law legislation
Unfair dismissal compensation
Public sector exit payments
National Minimum Wage update
Taxation of termination payments
Annual increase in rates and limits
Whistleblowing – list of prescribed persons and bodies
National minimum wage
Trade Union Bill 2015
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
Keeping you informed about what's going on in the world of employment law.
Vacancy – Bookkeeper – Springhouse Solicitors
From Weinstein to Westminster: Sexual harassment in the workplace
Vacancy: Marketing Exeutive: Woking
Springhouse is recruiting
Monitoring employee email: how far can you go?
Corporate governance legislation update
NAO issues modern slavery statement
UN: 40 million victims of modern slavery
Author: David Campion, solicitor
COT3 agreements and preventing Claimants giving evidence in other Employment Tribunal proceedings
Part-time Judges and Pensions in the Court of Justice of the European Union – O’Brien v Ministry of Justice (2012) Case C-393/10
Adrian Beecroft and Proposed Reform to the Law of Unfair Dismissal
Employment Status and Sham Agreements – Autoclenz Ltd v Belcher  IRLR 70 on appeal to the Supreme Court
Polkey and New Points on Appeal – The case of Vision Security Group Limited v Mr L Goodyear (2010) UKEAT/0307/10/JOJ
Redundancies, Re-organisations and New Roles – The case of Mr L Morgan v The Welsh Rugby Union  UKEAT/0314/10/LA
A short update on Mrs Carol Hill v Essex County Council
Government Consultation and Employment Tribunal Reform “Resolving Workplace Disputes – Public Consultation”
Author: Sean Jones QC
The purpose of the site is to gather together materials that deal with the implications of use of Social Media for Employment Law.
Author: Laurie Anstis, solicitor with Boyes Turner LLP
Life and work as an employment and business immigration lawyer.
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
Further thoughts on online employment tribunal judgments
Online database of employment tribunal decisions now live
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'