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Restrictive Covenant Enforced Despite Drafting Error

Readers will be aware that restrictive covenants – sometimes known as post-termination restraints – are clauses in a contract of employment that are designed to protect an employer’s business when an employee leaves. 521 more words

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Employment Law: Take care what you say covertly recorded comments can come back to bite you

As the recent case of Punjab National Bank International) Ltd and others v Gosain shows, employers and the courts are increasingly having to wrestle with covert recordings made by employees and when they should be admitted as evidence. 107 more words


Supermarket workers check out equal pay claim

A GROUP of supermarket workers could be due six years’ back pay if an equal pay claim on behalf of the 400 staff is successful. 215 more words

Employment Law

The price of generosity

The Employment Appeal Tribunal recently had a look at the circumstances in which a term can be implied into a contract of employment by custom and practice. 250 more words


How £250 could be protecting your company from the problem ex-employee

All businesses have to face the burden of dealing with the mountain of employment legislation but perhaps the most frustrating experience is receiving a Tribunal claim from an ex-employee who is just trying their luck at extracting some money from their employer. 276 more words


Employment Tribunal Statistics published

The MOJ’s quarterly Employment Tribunal statistics for the period October – December 2013 have shown that the introduction of Tribunal fees has impacted on the number of claims being received by the Tribunals. 111 more words


Employment law changes: past and present

The 6th April 2014; a key date in any employment lawyer’s diary. Year on year, the start of a new financial year means the introduction of new employment laws to coincide. 1,157 more words