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Claire Darbourne Norton Rose Fulbright LLP

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Collective consultation on redundancy – what obligations do employers have in the UK? *

United Kingdom - February 25 2015
The UK legislation on group redundancies implements the EU Directive of 1998. Under the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992…

When is an employer’s obligation to consult collectively on redundancies triggered? *

United Kingdom - February 11 2015
In the UK, under the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 (which implements an EU Directive), if an employer intends to dismiss…

Does an employee working in Australia for a British company have the protection of UK employment rights? *

United Kingdom - January 28 2015
Employees in Great Britain have rights under the Employment Rights Act 1996 not to be unfairly dismissed and not to suffer any detriment for…

Co-authors: Jonathan Iyer.

What protection do employees have against religious discrimination in the UK? *

United Kingdom - January 20 2015
Before the Employment Equality (Religion and Belief) Regulations came into force in 2003, there was no specific protection for employees from…

Employees’ rights and obligations regarding the use of social media in the UK *

United Kingdom - November 26 2014
Whilst there is legislation which is relevant to the use of social media by employees in the UK, there is no legislation which specifically governs…

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