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Asda v Brierley - Supreme Court judgment

United Kingdom - March 26 2021 The Supreme Court today delivered its judgment on a fundamental legal issue in the multiple equal pay claims brought by Asda employees. The essence…

Joanne Bell.

Public sector exit payments: the cap is coming

United Kingdom - July 23 2020 The payment of six-figure exit payments to public servants on leaving their employment is not a new phenomenon but, in an era when public sector…

James Rhodes, Udara Ranasinghe.

Working around COVID-19: new guidance for employers

United Kingdom - May 12 2020 Following the Prime Minister’s statement on Sunday setting out the plan for easing the lockdown, the Government published sector-specific guidance to…

James Rhodes, Joanne Bell.

Construction focus: worker status developments

United Kingdom - August 31 2018 As 2017 drew to a close and the door to 2018 opened, the issue of worker status remains a key issue, particularly for those employers who engage an…

Sarah George.

Working Time Regulations: compensatory rest breaks must be a single continuous period of at least twenty minutes

United Kingdom - February 8 2018 In this case, the EAT considered whether compensatory rest must be taken in one uninterrupted period or whether a series of short breaks can be…

Ceri Fuller, David Sims, Deborah Hely, Georgina Rowley, James Rhodes, Katy Horner, Khurram Shamsee, Louise Bloomfield, Nick Chronias, Philip Harman, Richard Loxley, Udara Ranasinghe.