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Kervin&Barnes Solicitors
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We are specialist employment lawyers who have practised successfully at some of the City’s largest law firms and financial institutions. We represent both senior executives and companies.
We are specialist employment lawyers who have practised successfully at some of the City’s largest law firms and financial institutions. We represent both senior executives and companies.

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A lot of the attendees also asked about a related topic – our Absence Management Guide which can be found below.
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Performance Management Seminar in association with the CIPD

30 January 2014

In association with the CIPD, we held a seminar on Performance Management at the Lansdowne Club in Mayfair on 30th January 2014.

The event received great feedback including:

“Great reminder and very useful recommendations along the way” – Emily Steptoe, Daylesford

“Enjoyable, engaging and Gareth Kervin is a personable speaker” – Linda Lee, CloudSense.

We have published our Performance Management presentation on our website and that can be found here.
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Now we know that 29 July 2013 is going to be a significant date for those dealing with employment law matters as the following will come in to force on that day:

Read more on our website.
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We have recently published a guide on long-term and persistent short-term absence management. Read more on our website:
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Workplace equality
A number of recent proposals and legal changes are likely to affect workplace equality over the next few years. These relate to equal pay, leave for parents, the representation of women on corporate boards and changes to civil partnership. To read more click on below link.
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Kervin & Barnes is listed in Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners, two of the legal profession’s most prestigious directories
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Holiday pay should be based on "normal remuneration"
The recent case of British Airways plc v Williams & Ors [2012] UKSC 43 has highlighted that an individual’s holiday pay should be based on their “normal remuneration”. Holiday pay should therefore include any supplements to basic salary that are intrinsically linked to the “performance of the tasks which the worker is required to carry out under [their] contract of employment”. ...
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A FREE employment breakfast briefing on Tuesday 18th September 2012

We will be running a free breakfast seminar entitled “Employee v Contractor” jointly with the accountancy firm Arram Berlyn Gardner and the organisation Women in Technology. The aim of the collaboration is to provide information on this topic from different perspectives ­- legal, accounting and tax.
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