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Q1| 2022

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Holiday pay entitlement for part-year workers should not be pro-rated - Supreme Court dismisses appeal in Harpur Trust v Brazel

United Kingdom - July 20 2022 The Supreme Court has today ruled that holiday entitlement and pay for workers on permanent contracts should not be pro-rated to reflect that they…

James Rhodes

“Fire and rehire”: Court of Appeal overturns injunction in Tesco v Usdaw

United Kingdom - July 19 2022 Earlier this year the High Court granted an injunction to prevent Tesco from ‘firing and rehiring” employees in order to remove a ‘permanent’…

Philip Harman

Government’s plans: “Living with COVID-19” - implications for NHS employers

United Kingdom - March 7 2022 On 21 February the Prime Minister announced the Government’s plans to remove the remaining coronavirus (COVID-19) legal restrictions in England from…

Zoe Thomas, Hilary Larter

Regulations requiring health and social care workers to be vaccinated against Covid-19 to be revoked from 15 March

United Kingdom - March 2 2022 On 1 February we reported that the Secretary of State for Health had announced that the requirement for social care and patient-facing NHS staff to…

Nick Chronias

Living with COVID-19 - Implications for Employers

United Kingdom - February 24 2022 The Government has announced its plans to remove the remaining coronavirus (COVID-19) legal restrictions in England from today, 24 February 2022, and…

Louise Bloomfield