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UK: Court of Appeal overturns EAT decision in Kostal case on unlawful inducements (s.145B TULRCA)

United Kingdom - June 13 2019 The Court of Appeal has handed down judgment in Kostal UK Ltd v Dunkley and others, a case concerning the scope of s.145B of TULR(C)A. In a decision...

Adam Hartley.

Court of Appeal confirms non-guaranteed and voluntary overtime are in scope for holiday pay calculations

United Kingdom - June 11 2019 Yesterday, in the latest development on holiday pay, the Court of Appeal gave its judgment in East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust v Flowers...

Adam Hartley.

Pay during shared parental leave: No sex discrimination where pay rates differ

United Kingdom - May 26 2019 The Court of Appeal has given its judgment in the combined cases of Hextall v Leicestershire Police and Capita v Ali and another. The Court found...

Adam Hartley.

Mental Health Awareness Week 2019: Workplace Wellbeing

United Kingdom - May 10 2019 Today sees the start of the UK’s 2019 mental health awareness week. Many employers will use this as an opportunity to launch new workplace wellbeing...

Adam Hartley.

European Parliament approves law on more transparent and predictable employment for gig and other workers

United Kingdom, European Union - April 18 2019 On 16 April the European Parliament voted to approve the Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions Directive, which is aimed at strengthening the...

Adam Hartley.