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UK: new publications *

United Kingdom - April 8 2015
BIS has published Guidance for employers on whistleblowing, available here. It contains recommendations for writing and promoting whistleblowing…

Co-authors: Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Anna Henderson, Tim Leaver, Christine Young.


UK: small business, enterprise and employment act 2015: mandatory gender pay gap reports and zero hours contracts *

United Kingdom - April 8 2015
The Small Business Enterprise and Employment Bill also received Royal Assent on 26 March, though commencement orders will be needed to bring the…

Co-authors: Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Anna Henderson, Tim Leaver, Christine Young.


UK: TUPE: SPC despite service being provided to more than one client *

United Kingdom - April 8 2015
The EAT has ruled that there can theoretically be a change of service provider covered by TUPE even where the service is provided to more than one…

Co-authors: Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Anna Henderson, Tim Leaver, Christine Young.


UK: legislative changes October 2015: tribunal recommendations and NMW *

United Kingdom - April 8 2015
The Deregulation Act 2015, given Royal Assent on 26 March, removes the current power of Employment Tribunals to make wider recommendations for the…

Co-authors: Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Anna Henderson, Tim Leaver, Christine Young.


Round-up of UK employment law developments in March 2015 *

United Kingdom - April 7 2015
The new shared parental leave and pay regime came into operation on 5 April 2015 (applying to parents of children expected to be born, or placed for…

Co-authors: Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Anna Henderson, Tim Leaver, Christine Young.


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