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UK: date for appeal hearing on holiday pay

United Kingdom - May 5 2016 The appeal in the holiday pay case Lock v British Gas Trading has been listed to be heard by the Court of Appeal sooner than expected, floating over…

Co-authors: Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Andrew Taggart, Tim Leaver, Christine Young.


UK: Discipline: raising non-urgent or trivial concerns while an employee is on stress-related sick leave may amount to constructive dismissal

United Kingdom - April 29 2016 Employers should consider carefully whether it is necessary to raise disciplinary concerns with an employee while they are absent on stress-related…

Co-authors: Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Andrew Taggart, Tim Leaver, Christine Young.


EU referendum

European Union, United Kingdom - April 29 2016 With the EU Referendum date looming, employers will be considering the potential impact of an exit from the EU. From an employment law perspective…

Co-authors: Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Andrew Taggart, Tim Leaver, Christine Young.


UK: New resources: apprentices, minimum wages, earnings attachments, sex discrimination

United Kingdom - April 29 2016 ACAS has published a guide to help employers manage and support apprentices and young workers, and a guide to help combat sex discrimination in the…

Co-authors: Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Andrew Taggart, Tim Leaver, Christine Young.


Religious discrimination: discipline for trying to convert a junior colleague was not unlawful

United Kingdom - April 29 2016 A recent EAT ruling makes clear that, while disciplinary sanction for manifesting a religious belief is unlawful, an employer can lawfully discipline…

Co-authors: Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Andrew Taggart, Tim Leaver, Christine Young.

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