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DALLIMORE Helen

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To help you quickly keep up to date with employment law, we summarise the key developments arising from cases, guidance, legislation and consultations for this month.

If you would like to discuss any of the points raised, please get in touch with Helen Dallimore, senior associate, or with your usual contact in the Foot Anstey employment team.

Tags: Employment and Pensions2017


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COLLINGS JamesA recent EAT decision has provided further confirmation that when voluntary overtime is made with sufficient regularity it will be "normal remuneration" and will need to be reflected in holiday pay. James Collings, partner, looks at the case and highlights the key points to take away. 

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COLLINGS James

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The Supreme Court has ruled that employment tribunal fees are unlawful in the long running UNISON case.  James Collings looks at the case and considers what this means in practice for employers.

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HOLLAND Claire

The High Court was recently asked to consider whether a senior executive on garden leave was able to object to the transfer of his employment under TUPE and terminate his garden leave where there had been a share acquisition and subsequent integration process. Claire Holland, senior associate, considers the case and its practical implications.

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DAVIES Nick

DALLIMORE HelenNick Davies, and Helen Dallimore, senior associate in our employment team, summarise and comments on the much anticipated Taylor review which considers how employment practices need to change to keep pace with modern business models. Launched at the end of 2016 (and subsequently published on 11 July 2017), the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices  states that it is based on a single overriding ambition that all work in the UK economy should be fair and decent with realistic scope for development and fulfilment. As well as making recommendations the review highlights some challenges for the labour market ahead which are likely to resonate with many employers.

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Proposed deal for EU citizens post Brexit As stated in our last bulletin, Theresa May has now outlined a proposed deal for EU citizens, which may impact on many employers' EU staff.  Whilst this is still subject to change and negotiations, see our summary of the proposals and a 10 key Q and A fact sheet.  We have also prepared an extra question for employers: What should businesses do now?


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DALLIMORE HelenTo help you quickly keep up to date with employment law, we summarise the key developments arising from cases, guidance, legislation and consultations for this month.

If you would like to discuss any of the points raised, please get in touch with Helen Dallimore, senior associate, or with your usual contact in the Foot Anstey employment team.


LOXTON BenjaminMASSEY Andrew

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The High Court has recently been asked to consider the extent to which employees may be required to disclose to their employer their future plans to compete. Senior associate Benjamin Loxton and trainee solicitor Andrew Massey look at the case and its implications in more detail.

Tags: Employment and Pensions2017


DALLIMORE Helen

EMPLOYMENT E-BULLETIN ARTICLE

To help you quickly keep up to date with employment law, we summarise the key developments arising from cases, guidance, legislation and consultations for this month. If you would like to discuss any of the points raised, please get in touch with Helen Dallimore, senior associate, or with your usual contact in the employment team.

Tags: Employment and Pensions2017


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clark heidi

An employment tribunal has held that it was direct sex discrimination to deny a father paid leave at the same level of its enhanced maternity pay. Heidi Clark, legal assistant, summarises the case and the points to take away from it.

Tags: Employment and Pensions2017


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