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Alert: Holiday pay and commission: British Gas v Lock

United Kingdom, European Union - October 10 2016 Mr Lock was a salesman on a basic salary with variable commission paid in arrears. Mr Lock could not earn commission whilst on annual leave and...

Easyjet cabin crew win landmark case on breastfeeding

United Kingdom - October 3 2016 A ground-breaking employment tribunal ruling made on Thursday 29 September 2016 may mean that employers will have to make better arrangements for...

Are expectant and new mothers adequately protected in the workforce? Not according to the Women and Equalities Select Committee

United Kingdom - September 5 2016 This week urgent action has been called for by MPs following a report published by the Women and Equalities Select Committee which indicated that...

Confusion Reigns - Contradictory opinions in religious discrimination cases on dress codes

European Union - August 1 2016 Last month, we reported on the case of Achbita v G4S Secure Solutions NV, in which an Advocate General of the European Court of Justice found that a...

Can an employee be unfairly dismissed for blowing the whistle, when the dismissing manager was unaware of the whistleblowing disclosures?

United Kingdom - August 1 2016 Most employers know that it is unfair to dismiss an employee if it is because they have made a “protected disclosure” (i.e. Blown the whistle)...