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Getting consultation right? The impact of Unison v Capita Business Services Ltd

United Kingdom - April 12 2013 Keep a database of all agency workers being utilised across your organisation and update it regularly. This database should capture the parts of your...

Jane Fielding.

No service provision change under TUPE where the client changes

United Kingdom - February 28 2012 In Hunter v McCarrick, the appointment of a property receiver to take control of a building at the same time as a change in the property management defeated the application of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations (TUPE)....

Jane Fielding.

International commuter can claim under UK law and so can many others

United Kingdom - February 9 2012 In Ravat v Halliburton Manufacturing and Services Ltd, the Supreme Court ruled that an employee can claim unfair dismissal despite working wholly in Libya on a 28 day on, 28 day off basis....

An introduction to Brazilian employment law

Brazil - December 15 2011 Employment law in Brazil is very detailed and inflexible, and equally applicable to foreign investors....

Take a closer look - an introduction to Chinese employment law

China - June 29 2011 Foreign investors recruiting in China should be cautious about respecting Chinese Employment Contract Law (the ECL) and other detailed employment-related laws and regulations in China....

Le Rong, Jane Fielding.