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Charles Russell Speechlys LLP | United Kingdom | 14 Aug 2019

Part year workers gain holiday advantage

The recent Court of Appeal decision on holiday pay for part time, “part year” workers will put some part time employees in a more favourable position


Irwin Mitchell LLP | United Kingdom | 30 May 2019

Employee awarded over £16k for injury to their feelings after 'one off' act of discrimination

In the case of Base Childrenswear Ltd v Otshudi, the EAT made it clear that employers can face substantial 'injury to feelings' awards, even if the


BDB Pitmans LLP | United Kingdom, European Union | 24 May 2019

And finally a look forward to what’s happening in employment news for June 2019

ACAS (The Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) has published new guidance for employers on how to deal with neurodiversity in the


Taylor Wessing | United Kingdom | 17 Apr 2019

Suspending employees: why you should avoid a knee-jerk reaction

Faced with a Disciplinary complaint against an employee, an employer's first reaction is often to take what may be perceived as the fair approach


Covington & Burling LLP | USA | 15 Apr 2019

FCC Warns Marketers of Video Streaming Devices to Comply with Device Authorization Rules

Earlier this month, the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) issued an Enforcement Advisory reminding manufacturers, importers, and retailers of


Allen & Overy LLP | United Kingdom | 11 Apr 2019

April is Stress Awareness Month

Workplace stress statistics are staggering. Did you know that stress, depression and anxiety accounts for 44 of work-related ill health and 57 of


Dentons | United Kingdom | 11 Apr 2019

Slow progress on gender pay gap in second year of reporting

5 April 2019 saw the first anniversary of the requirement to report gender pay gaps by businesses with 250 or more employees. The gender pay gap is


Allen & Overy LLP | United Kingdom | 10 Apr 2019

Is it necessary to conduct a disciplinary investigation when there is sufficient evidence available from another source?

This was the question for the EAT in Radia v Jefferies International, a financial services case in which an employer substituted the findings of an


Steptoe & Johnson LLP | USA, United Kingdom | 8 Apr 2019

Sexual Orientation Discrimination and Constructive Unfair Dismissal

In this update, we comment on the case of The Governing Body of Tywyn Primary School v. Aplin and why employers should tread carefully before


Dentons | United Kingdom | 5 Apr 2019

Failure to offer appeal hearing amounts to unfair dismissal according to EAT

The appellant in the recent case of Radia v Jeffries International Limited, Mr Radia, was a Managing Director of a regulated financial services

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