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Supreme Court decides how holiday entitlement and pay should be calculated for part-year workers

United Kingdom - July 28 2022 In Harpur Trust v Brazel [2022] UKSC 21, the Supreme Court had to decide on the correct method of calculating holiday entitlement and pay for workers…

Karen Plumbley-Jones

Employee fairly dismissed for failing to disclose that he had been made bankrupt

United Kingdom - July 27 2022 The Claimant was employed as a financial consultant by Your-Move (YM) in their Estate Agency Division. He was dismissed for failing to disclose that…

Ben Duxbury, Emma Radmore

Long Covid and disability: unravelling the controversy

United Kingdom - July 14 2022 Back in May the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) seemingly created controversy by sending out a tweet questioning whether long Covid…

Long Covid and disability: unravelling the controversy

United Kingdom - May 11 2022 The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has seemingly created controversy by sending out a tweet questioning whether long Covid amounts to a…

Living with COVID-19: what are the legal issues for employers?

United Kingdom - March 2 2022 On 21 February, the Prime Minister outlined the Government's proposals to end all remaining COVID-19 domestic restrictions in England. This is…

Stephen Panton, Karen Plumbley-Jones