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Employment E-Bulletin – July 2017

Love it or loathe it, the intensity of this summer's spell of sunshine and high temperatures took many by surprise.

And let’s assume that summer is not over. Are you set up to handle yet more hot days, sunny rays, and a distracted workforce? Employers are expected to be ‘reasonable’. 

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Citation Newsletter – Summer 2017

The recent employment law case of Grange v Abellio London Ltd was about workers’ entitlement to take at least 20 minutes’ rest after six hours’ work. It looked at when an employer will, and will not, be said to have denied a worker that right.

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Employment E-Bulletin – April 2017

The Government recently published a list of 359 organisations that failed to pay the National Minimum or National Living Wage. Naming and shaming non-compliant employers is part of a push towards ensuring that UK workers are paid their full entitlement. The publicity, as well as the fines that are imposed, sends a very strong message: understand the rules and apply them properly.

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Employment E-Bulletin – January 2017

Now that the baubles and bubbles are done for another year, it’s time to settle back into the swing of moderation.

But for some employees, the aftermath of Christmas is about more than just calorie-counting and quiet nights in. Some find themselves in the midst of a disciplinary because of their antics during the festive season.

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Citation Newsletter – Winter 2016

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect on 25 May 2018 and will be the most significant change to the data protection regime in the EU for a generation

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Employment E-Bulletin – July 2016

While EU membership has been dominating the headlines, the world of employment law has continued to turn. And as we all ponder the Brexit implications, here’s our roundup of some other developments.

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Citation Newsletter – Summer 2016

The Government has recently introduced changes to the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) payable on both commercial and residential property transactions.

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Employment E-Bulletin – May 2016

As always, April brought some changes with it. To remind you:

National Living Wage

The big one was the introduction of the National Living Wage (NLW) from 1 April 2016. It entitles workers aged 25 and over to a minimum wage of £7.20 per hour. That’s 50p more than the existing National Minimum Wage (NMW), which will continue to apply to under-25s.

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Employment E-Bulletin – October 2015

In this Edition:October ChangesFacebook Comments Can Be Used In Dismissals Years LaterWorking time for mobile workersScope of HR role in disciplinariesEqual treatment of agency workersSick employees and TUPERead the full PDF here.

Citation Newsletter – Autumn 2015

As the debate over the rights and wrongs of zero hours contracts rattles on, the law has been changed to do away with one particular bone of contention.

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