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Non-renewal of fixed-term contracts - be careful!

United Kingdom - January 26 2018 The recent case of Royal Surrey County NHS Foundation Trust v. Drzymala highlights how important it is to handle the non-renewal of a fixed-term...


Fawcett Society Sex Discrimination Review - proposals relating to women in the workplace

United Kingdom - January 25 2018 On Tuesday the Fawcett Society issued its recommendations resulting from its Sex Discrimination Review. It remains to be seen whether the proposals...


Unpaid internships - should they be a thing of the past?

USA, United Kingdom - December 19 2017 Under the current law interns are classed as workers, with two big exceptions. Interns are not classed as workers, and therefore are not afforded the...


Tribunal cases on the rise

United Kingdom - December 19 2017 Tribunal cases have risen by two thirds since July this year, when the Supreme Court abolished tribunal fees in the landmark case of R (on the...


Tribunal fee refund scheme is now open

USA - October 20 2017 Further to the Supreme Court decision in R (on the application of Unison) v. Lord Chancellor, which held tribunal fees were unlawful, the government...