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Finally we have (almost) official confirmation that the 20+ trigger for collective redundancies isn’t relevant until the number of redundancies at individual sites each meets that threshold.
#redundancy   #employmentlaw  

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Can an employer enforce restrictive covenants against a former employee without specific consideration given?
#employmentlaw   #employment   #employmentsolutions   #termsandconditions  

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The rights of overseas staff have taken up many column inches in recent years; employees in virtual reality less so. Recently a problem arose about someone who was both overseas and virtual; and this wasn’t the subject of a science fiction novel.
#employmenttribunal   #remotework   #virtualwork   #employment #employmentlaw  

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Varying terms and conditions of employment can be a risky business.
How often have you, as an employer, wanted your employment terms and conditions to be just a little bit different?
#employer   #termsandconditions   #riskybusiness  

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http://www.goldenleaver.co.uk/holiday-pay-has-got-more-expensive-but-not-ruinous/

As you may have heard, the much anticipated day has arrived. The Employment Appeal Tribunal has given its ruling on whether non-guaranteed overtime must be taken into account for the purposes of calculating holiday pay.
#holiday #employment

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There is growing pressure from many quarters to introduce a living wage. All of the main parties at their recent conferences made promises aimed at improving the financial position of those on the national minimum wage (“NMW”).

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