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Didlaw | United Kingdom | 28 Nov 2016

Employment Tribunal’s costs order for unreasonable conduct by a litigant in person upheld

Understandably, Employment Tribunals often provide a lot of assistance to litigants in person. However, it is important to remember that, despite…
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Didlaw | United Kingdom | 24 Nov 2016

Reasonableness of dismissal where the stakes are high

The recent case of Tykocki v Royal Bournemouth & Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust UK EAT/0081/16/JOJ is a useful reminder of the legal…
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Didlaw | United Kingdom | 18 Nov 2016

An employer can ‘refuse’ to permit rest breaks despite no express request being made by the employee

In Grange v Abellio London Ltd [2016] UKEAT 0130_16_1611 the EAT held that the absence of an express request by an employee to take rest breaks does…
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Didlaw | United Kingdom | 18 Nov 2016

The Employment Appeal Tribunal awards costs against a Litigant in Person

Costs awards are rare in the Employment Tribunal. Costs awards against ‘Litigants in Person’ (people who represent themselves) are even more unusual…
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Didlaw | United Kingdom | 17 Nov 2016

The City Working Culture Is A Microcosm Of Why Men Don’t Talk About Their Mental Health

The male suicide rate is at a 14 year high. Today alone 13 men in the UK will take their own lives. The age group most at risk is men between the…
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Didlaw | Global | 16 Nov 2016

Motivate Your Employees: Leverage Your Most Valuable Resource

When you build your business around the individuality of your employees, you better position yourself as a motivator. We all share common motivators…
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Didlaw | United Kingdom | 15 Nov 2016

To have and to hold : ACAS publishes new Civil Partnership and Marriage guidance

ACAS has published new guidance - Marriage and Civil Partnership Discrimination : Key points for the workplace. As with most of ACAS' material, it is…
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Didlaw | USA | 11 Nov 2016

Segregation on the grounds of sex is not direct sex discrimination

The High Court has held that segregating schoolchildren on the grounds of sex at a faith based school is not discrimination in the case of Interim…
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Didlaw | United Kingdom | 7 Nov 2016

Trends in Workplace Absence Management

4:00pm The recently published 2016 CIPD/Simplyhealth Absence Management Survey reveals some interesting trends in workplace absence management in the…
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Didlaw | United Kingdom | 4 Nov 2016

HMRC statistics suggest limited take up of Employee Shareholder shares

HMRC recently published statistics about the award of shares under Employee Shareholder agreements during the initial period from inception of the…
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