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Proposed Fees in Employment Tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal

The year 2024 is shaping up to be action-packed, with a steady stream of legislative provisions due to be enacted throughout the year. The government has recently issued a consultation paper regarding the re-introduction of fees in Employment Tribunals andRead more ›

Changes to Employment Law are on the Way!

2024 is here, and a number of proposed changes to UK employment law are now on the horizon. We take a look at several key dates for your employment law diaries over the next 12 months and beyond: April 2024Read more ›

The impact of the Supreme Court Decision in ASDA Stores Ltd v Brierly

The Equality Act 2010 implements the principle that men and women should receive equal pay for equal work. Whilst in today’s society we would expect men and women’s salaries to be harmonised, in reality there appears to remain a starkRead more ›

Mandatory vaccination policy – the risks?

It is too soon to tell whether any employers will seriously contemplate imposing a “no jab no job policy” but for those who might even now be considering it, we have put together a list of some of the moreRead more ›

But it was out of hours – it can’t count?!

Lauren Anderson, HR consultant and principal investigator at By Design Group discusses how ‘out of hours’ is no excuse for unwanted attention from colleagues Jim Hodkinson, 56, a married man with grandchildren, and the chief executive of the New LookRead more ›

Looking Back, Going Forward

Looking Back, Going Forward As we embark on another year, we have taken the opportunity to reflect on employment law highlights from the past 12 months and to consider what we should expect in 2019. What can we take fromRead more ›

High Court Success – MHPS and breach of contract claims

High Court Success – MHPS and breach of contract claims We are delighted to have successfully supported our client in its defence of a breach of contract claim in the High Court. The Judgment in the case of Dr AnilRead more ›

The Price of Justice

Tribunal fees – down but not out? On 27th July 2017 the Supreme Court ruled employment Tribunal fees (introduced in July 2017) as unlawful. It was persuaded by UNISON that the fees prevented thousands of employees from getting justice (particularlyRead more ›

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