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UK Supreme Court Gives New Holiday Pay Ruling

United Kingdom - July 25 2022 The Supreme Court has given its decision in Harper Trust v Brazel and confirmed that "part-year" workers are entitled to have their statutory leave…

Bryn Doyle, Charles Frost, Miriam Lampert, Matthew Lewis, Janette Lucas, Annabel Mace, Ramez Moussa, Caroline Noblet, Andrew Stones, David Whincup

Forthcoming Employment Law Developments in Europe: What Global Companies Need to Know

European Union - July 1 2022 The aim of the directive, as its name suggests, is to make working conditions across the EU more transparent and predictable for workers, especially…

Ignacio Regojo, Tatiana Prokopová, Marga Caproni, Martin Falke, Malgorzata Grzelak, Pauline Pierce, Jaroslav Tajbr, Fabrizio Vismara

Practical Tips for Working With Trade Unions in the Current Economic Climate (UK)

United Kingdom - June 30 2022 Last week saw the UK's biggest rail strike in 30 years, with some newspapers suggesting this is just the start of a "Summer of Discontent", as staff…

Bryn Doyle, Charles Frost, Miriam Lampert, Matthew Lewis, Janette Lucas, Annabel Mace, Ramez Moussa, Caroline Noblet, Andrew Stones, David Whincup

(UK) Employment Rates and Limits: What Is Changing in April?

United Kingdom - March 30 2022 A quick reminder of the key new rates and limits coming into effect in April…

Bryn Doyle, Charles Frost, Miriam Lampert, Matthew Lewis, Janette Lucas, Annabel Mace, Ramez Moussa, Caroline Noblet, Andrew Stones, David Whincup

Living With COVID-19 Key Employment Law Milestones in England

United Kingdom - February 23 2022 On 21 February, the UK Prime Minister set out the government's plan for "living with COVID-19". This strapline is much less a hostage to fortune than…

Bryn Doyle, Charles Frost, Miriam Lampert, Matthew Lewis, Janette Lucas, Annabel Mace, Ramez Moussa, Caroline Noblet, Andrew Stones, David Whincup