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What does 2013 hold in terms of employment law reform? *

United Kingdom - January 7 2013
Firstly, there is the increase to the tribunal compensation limits effective from 1 February, then the new employee shareholder status is due in April and…


New compensation limits for 1 February 2013 *

United Kingdom - December 12 2012
The Government has announced the new compensation limits to be imposed by employment tribunals with effect from 1 February 2013.


TUPE update - interpreting the service provision changes *

United Kingdom - November 2 2012
The Court of Appeal has confirmed this week that in the change of a subcontractor scenario (the service provision change limb of TUPE) the client on whose behalf activities are provided must be the same both before and after the change of contractor.

Co-authors: Hayley Reid.


The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill *

United Kingdom - May 28 2012
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill began its journey through Parliament last week, with Employment Tribunal reforms top of the agenda.

Co-authors: Ben Brown.


Change to taxation of post-termination employee share and share option gains *

United Kingdom - April 16 2012
From 6 April 2012, employers must apply the OT Code on ALL post P-45 payments, including gains from employee shares and share options.

Co-authors: Barbara Allen.