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Burlingtons Legal LLP | United Kingdom | 25 May 2022

Exclusivity Clauses: the ban is widening

An exclusivity clause in an employment contract restricts workers from taking on additional work with another employer. As with other restrictive…
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Dentons | United Kingdom | 23 May 2022

Ban on exclusivity clauses to be extended

In a bid to give workers more autonomy, the government announced on 9 May 2022 that it proposes to extend the ban on exclusivity clauses in employment…
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Keystone Law | United Kingdom | 12 Apr 2022

Has the serious and imminent danger from the pandemic passed?

The way forward for many employers will be to strike a balance between discouraging the spread of Covid in the workplace and efficiently running a…
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DWF LLP | United Kingdom | 24 Mar 2022

Working with Covid: When can an employee refuse to attend the workplace?

With the lifting of Covid restrictions, comes the increased likelihood of employees attending their place of work whilst being contagious, either…
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Brodies LLP | United Kingdom | 24 Feb 2022

Holiday pay in the wake of Smith v Pimlico Plumbers

The Court of Appeal decision in the long-running and high-profile case of Smith v Pimlico Plumbers, has overturned previous decisions to extend the…
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RadcliffesLeBrasseur | United Kingdom | 22 Feb 2022

How the Living with Covid plan affects employers

The Prime Minister has announced the "Living with Covid" plan, which provides that from 24th February 2022 people with Covid will no longer be…
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Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP | United Kingdom | 13 Oct 2021

UK: Flexible Working Consultation - A Default Right?

On 23 September, the UK government published a consultation document, “Making flexible working the default”, which proposes various reforms to the…
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DAC Beachcroft | United Kingdom | 10 Jun 2021

Health and safety dismissals: Dismissals for causing "upset and friction" when carrying out health and safety activities

The EAT has held that the dismissal of an employee for causing “upset and friction” when implementing a new safety procedure was automatically unfair…
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Irwin Mitchell LLP | United Kingdom | 8 Jun 2021

Employee who asked to be furloughed because of fears about COVID-19 was not unfairly dismissed

Tribunals are starting to determine a steady stream of COVID-19 related claims commenced in the early stages of the pandemic. We've reported on two:…
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Hogan Lovells | United Kingdom | 26 Apr 2021

First tribunal guidance on "serious and imminent" danger in context of COVID-19

Under s44 and s100 of the Employment Rights Act, an employee is entitled not to be subjected to a detriment or dismissed because they have: Left or refused to return
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