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"Shares for rights" proposal – a trick or a treat?

United Kingdom - October 26 2012 George Osborne has this month proposed a new type of "employee ownership" arrangement where employees will be given shares in return for them giving up certain employment rights, such as redundancy, unfair dismissal, and certain rights related to flexible working.

Employment status – Stringfellows stripped bare?

United Kingdom - May 30 2012 Following our surprisingly well read piece on the case of Quashie v Stringfellows Restaurants last November, we thought you might like to take a peep at the latest instalment following the EAT's decision on Quashie's appeal.

Paul Whinder.

New compensation limits and statutory payments for 2012

United Kingdom - January 31 2012 We set out below a round-up of the changes to compensation limits and statutory payments for this year.

Paul Whinder.

What to expect in 2012 and beyond

United Kingdom - January 31 2012 As you all know, following on from our articles last year (New law and Planned law reforms), there are some major changes afoot in the heady world of employment law. 

Adam Grant, Paul Whinder.

Employment status – Stringfellow's stripper status

United Kingdom - November 30 2011 The issue of employment status is one that has vexed employers for years. 

Paul Whinder.