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Education Matters - What happens when the police charge a teacher with an offence, but don’t prosecute?

United Kingdom - November 12 2020 The judgment in the case of K-v-L will be of considerable interest, and concern, to all educational employers since it addresses the tricky subject…

Agricultural Brief - New right to a written statement of terms for all workers and employees from day one

United Kingdom - January 15 2020 Following the recommendations of the Taylor Review of modern working practices in 2017 (the Taylor Review), the Government published its Good Work…

Education Matters - The Harper Trust v Brazel (UNISON intervening) [2019] EWCA Civ 1402

United Kingdom - October 23 2019 The Court of Appeal has recently considered the question whether or not 'part-year' (i.e. term-time) workers should receive a pro-rated holiday…

HR Matters - Written statements of particulars: not so ‘particular’ after all?

United Kingdom - April 25 2019 In December 2018, the Government published its Good Work Plan following the 2017 Taylor Review of modern working practices…

HR Matters - Summer 2017

European Union, United Kingdom - August 11 2017 Welcome to the summer 2017 edition of HR Matters, in which lawyers from across our four offices share their expertise and insight on a range of…

Abigail Trencher, Catherine Johnson, Clare Hedges, Jeanette Wheeler, Kevin Palmer, Kitty Rosser, Lorna Townsend.