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Sex Discrimination: A landmark case

For many, sex discrimination laws appear to be aimed predominantly at women, in order to protect their rights in the workplace. The awareness of inequality towards women in the workplace has increased over time. 243 more words

Employment Tribunal

Reorganisations update: Don't forget agency workers!

HR professionals are by now old hands when it comes to dealing with the main provisions of the Agency Workers Regulations 2010 (or AWRs as they’re commonly called). 362 more words

Employment

Employment agency hit with £158 million tax bill

Employment agency Reed has been held liable for £158 million of unpaid tax on salaries of temporary workers it employed, known as “employed temps”.

Employment Tribunal

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

Employment Law

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

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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

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