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Man sacked over Facebook comment gets £30,000 tribunal payout

A MAN who lost his job after a row over a social media posting has been awarded more than £30,000 by an employment tribunal, the Daily Mail reports.

Employment Law

October: Changes to emploment law

A number of changes to employment law take place on 1 October 2014 including:

Legislation

Ante-natal appointments: From 1 October fathers/partners have the right to accompany their partner to up to 2 ante-natal appointments lasting up to a maximum of 6.5 hours each. 439 more words

Employment

New power to order equal pay audits

From October 1st, 2014 employment tribunals will be able to order an employer who loses an equal pay case to carry out an equal pay audit. 54 more words

NewsDesk

Judicial review into employment tribunal fees

The Lord Chancellor has given the trade union Unison permission to launch a judicial review into the lawfulness of employment tribunal fees.

Ministry of Justice figures show that since fees were introduced in July, 2013 there has been a dramatic fall in the number of claims being made in employment tribunals. 76 more words

NewsDesk

£200,000 race claim payout

A POLICE force has made a £200,000 payout after one of its officers made a successful race discrimination claim at an employment tribunal. Bedfordshire on Sunday… 33 more words

Employment Law

Sting in the tail – administrators watch out!

While the general view is the recession is over some of its effects can still be felt today.

As recently published on our Talking HR blog… 583 more words

Corporate Recovery

Some thoughts on the Tribunal system post General Election

I was fascinated to read about Labour’s proposals to scrap the existing Employment Tribunal fee system and to review the Tribunal system to make sure that it delivers more for all who are involved in it. 781 more words

Employment Law Changes