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Whistleblowing: applying the public interest test

United Kingdom - February 25 2021 In order to be protected against detriment or dismissal under whistleblowing law, a worker must have made a “qualifying disclosure”. A qualifying…

Gender pay gap falls to 7.4%

United Kingdom - November 12 2020 The Office for National Statistics’ (ONS) Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) has revealed that the UK’s gender pay gap has fallen to 7.4%…

Can re-engagement be ordered if the employer believes that trust and confidence have broken down?

United Kingdom - September 2 2020 This question was considered in the recent case of Kelly v. PGA European Tour. Mr Kelly, who had begun employment with the PGA in 1989, was dismissed…

EAT confirms “unofficial” work prior to formal start date may not count towards a period of continuous employment

United Kingdom - May 28 2020 It is well known that employees have the right under the Employment Rights Act 1996 (ERA) not to be unfairly dismissed, provided they have been…

Draft regulation on parental bereavement leave and pay published

United Kingdom - March 19 2020 The government has now published the draft regulations for the Parental Bereavement (Leave and Pay) Act (the Act), ahead of the Act coming into force…