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No pay without work for employee held to notice period *

United Kingdom - August 8 2014
The High Court has ruled in favour of the employer of a precious metals derivatives trader who refused to accept his immediate resignation and…

No TUPE requirement for transferees to inform transferor’s employees *

United Kingdom - April 17 2014
Regulation 13 of TUPE requires that both transferor and transferee must inform and, if necessary, consult appropriate representatives of its own…

Hoping TUPE won’t apply is not enough *

United Kingdom - March 24 2014
In Prestige Nursing Care v O'Connell, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has given further guidance on one of the exceptions which dis-applies TUPE in…

Courts upholding garden leave and restrictive covenants *

United Kingdom - December 5 2013
Many employers guard against unfair competition from former employees by including restrictive covenants within an employment contract. Some also…

Vicarious liability – what you don’t want for Christmas *

United Kingdom - December 4 2013
As the annual round of Christmas parties and social events begins, employers should be dusting down the "bar humbug" reminders to staff about the…

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