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Government intervenes to cap holiday claims from 1 July 2015

United Kingdom - December 18 2014 Following reports that Unite will not appeal the recent recent holiday ruling (inBear Scotland) as regards the ability of workers to claim for…


Failing to consider restrictive covenants leaves employer exposed

United Kingdom - December 10 2014 When an employer introduces restrictive covenants during an employee's employment, the employee must receive "consideration" for these to be…


Tribunal ruling that overtime must now be included in holiday pay has serious ramifications for employers

United Kingdom - November 4 2014 On 4 November 2014 in Bear Scotland and others v Fulton and others the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) ruled that employers must now include most…

Co-authors: Richard Santy.


TUPE assignment not just a question of time

United Kingdom - September 23 2014 One common myth is that for an employee to “TUPE transfer” he/she must spend more than 50% of their working time on the transferring business or…


TUPE update - September 2014

United Kingdom - September 2 2014 In this briefing we look at three recent decisions which provide practical illustrations of how TUPE works in some common scenarios. Overview After a…

Co-authors: Charles Pigott.

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