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You’re hired an employer’s guide to apprenticeships

United Kingdom - April 9 2013 Against a backdrop of rising youth unemployment, higher tuition fees and a shortage of vocational training opportunities, there is a strong push by...

Aisleen Pugh.

Stringfellows lap dancer was not an employee

United Kingdom - April 4 2013 In Stringfellows Restaurants Ltd v Quashie, the Court of Appeal has reinstated the Employment Tribunal's decision that a lap dancer was self-employed...

Employment continues until employee receives notice of PILON

United Kingdom - February 28 2013 In Geys v Societe Generale, the Supreme Court has confirmed that an employee's contract of employment continued until the date on which he received...

When do employers ‘decide’ to make collective redundancies

United Kingdom, European Union - January 31 2013 The central issue in this case was whether the obligation to consult collectively arises when an employer proposes to make a decision that will...

Changes to safeguarding

United Kingdom - November 16 2012 Readers are reminded about certain changes to safeguarding which came into effect on 10 September 2012....