APRIL EDITION OF EMPLOYMENT LAW NEWS

Some significant changes in employment law news begin from April,   make sure you keep up     read more here

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MARCH EDITION EMPLOYMENT LAW NEWSLETTER

March Employment law newsletter, out now,  on my blog page includes latest NMW rates and employment benefit rates. read more

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Gail Willington (Elizabeth Way Funeral Directors) Oldham

‘Paul has been a great support with employment issues affecting my small business. He totally understands how, in a small company, issues of employment can be difficult to deal with. Continue reading

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NOVEMBER edition of EMPLOYMENT LAW NEWS

Read the latest update on all that’s happening in the world of UK employment legislation, including the effects of the “UBER” case and   the CBI’s proposal to extend Mat leave, read my full page blog here

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July edition employment law news

Hello  Readers, Well,   here are,  in the midst of the sort of political turmoil we could not have imagined even a month ago.  We, of course, will carry on,  as you do, not that much will change on a day to day … Continue reading

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One off serious mistakes by employees, dismissal ?

A mistake by a private security company during a training exercise led to a fake bomb being left in a toilet at Old Trafford, resulting in the evacuation of 75,000 fans at Manchester United’s final league game of the season. … Continue reading

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Employers can ban Muslim headscarves at work, says EU lawyer

An employer can prevent a Muslim employee from wearing an Islamic headscarf if the ban is based on a general rule prohibiting political or religious symbols at work, according to a top European lawyer’s opinion. This Belgian case, referred to … Continue reading

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Refusal to Extend Permanent Health Insurance Beyond 60 Not Age Discrimination

Refusal to Extend Permanent Health Insurance Beyond 60 Not Age Discrimination An employer did not discriminate on grounds of age when it ceased making permanent health insurance (PHI) payments to an employee who reached the age of 60. An employer … Continue reading

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Criminal Records Checking Service Still Unlawful !

Criminal Records Checking Service Still Unlawful The High Court has ruled that the criminal records checking system is still unlawful, despite changes made in April 2013. The High Court has ruled that the criminal records checking system is still unlawful, … Continue reading

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Employee who pulled a “sickie” was found to be fairly dismissed

Fair misconduct dismissal of employee “pulling a sickie” An employee on sick leave who was found to have exaggerated the effects of an injury caused by a slip at work was fairly dismissed, according to the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT). … Continue reading

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