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Court of Appeal clarifies what “in the public interest” means in Chesterton Global Ltd case

United Kingdom - July 18 2017 The Court of Appeal has confirmed that a disclosure, made by a whistle-blower about actions by his employer affecting 100 of his senior manager...

Shalina Parekh.

Dismissal following long term absence

United Kingdom - March 23 2017 What factors should be taken into account before dismissing an employee following long-term sickness absence? In O’Brien v Bolton St Catherine’s...

Anthony Fincham, Sarah Ozanne.

How will 2017 shape up for the transport sector?

United Kingdom - February 7 2017 As 2017 gets underway, we take a look at how we expect the year to shape up for the transport sector and consider what should be on your risk...

Tim Elliott, Gemma Lampert, Eleanor Lane, Catriona Garcia-Alis.

A Striking Change? Main Provisions of Trade Union Act 2016 come into force on 1 March 2017

United Kingdom - January 3 2017 From 1 March 2017 the landscape of industrial action in the UK will change, as the main provisions of the Trade Union Act 2016 (the TU Act) come into...

Catriona Aldridge, Sarah Ozanne.

What does the apprenticeship levy mean for employers?

United Kingdom - August 19 2016 Despite calls from various business groups, including the CBI, to delay implementation the government recently confirmed that the apprenticeship levy...

Sarah Ozanne.