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Employing EU nationals - Employer Toolkit launched

United Kingdom - August 8 2018 As we move towards the EU withdrawal date of 29 March 2019, the government has released more information on the rights of EU nationals living in the...

Val Dougan.

Indirect discrimination and the failure to offer enhanced shared parental pay

United Kingdom - May 2 2018 The latest case to deal with enhanced shared parental pay, Hextall v Chief Constable of Leicestershire Police, re-opens the door on indirect...

Val Dougan.

Potentially unlimited carry-over of holiday pay for workers?

European Union - November 29 2017 In a decision that will have significant and potentially very costly implications for employers operating in the gig economy, the European Court of...

Edward Arnold.

Whistleblowing and knowledge

United Kingdom - October 31 2017 Does a decision maker need to be aware of the whistleblowing allegations before an employee can successfully claim automatic unfair dismissal on the...

Shalina Parekh.

Tribunal fees abolished

United Kingdom - July 27 2017 In a ground breaking judgment the Supreme Court in R (on the application of Unison) v Lord Chancellor has ruled that tribunal fees are unlawful and...

Melanie Lane, Alison Woods.