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Compensation for failure to provide rest breaks can include an award for personal injury

United Kingdom - May 1 2019 In Grange v Abellio London Ltd UKEAT030417JOJ, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled that compensation for failure to provide adequate rest...

Amanda Steadman.

Immigration update: Just what the doctor ordered

United Kingdom - July 4 2018 This month's Immigration update looks at some welcome medicine for employers in relation to the Tier 2 visa cap and a reminder of the need for a fair...

Sarah Harrop.

Immigration update: a step closer to Brexit

United Kingdom, European Union - March 27 2018 After months of crystal ball gazing as to what any immigration regime will look like for EEA migrants working in the UK post-Brexit, the transition...

Sarah Harrop.

What does the impending National Minimum Wage increase mean for the retail sector?

United Kingdom - February 5 2018 In this Autumn 2017 Budget, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, announced that from April 2018, the national living wage (NLW) -- the...

Sally Hulston.

Making the right call: right to work checks and unfair dismissal risks

United Kingdom - December 21 2017 A recent EAT decision highlights the tension that can arise between immigration law and employment law, particularly the law around unfair dismissal...

Sarah Harrop.