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Ghosting, Phoenix companies and other grim tales of unpaid Britain

While people flock to see the latest supernatural creatures in JK Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, real life shape-shifters and disappearing acts receive much less attention. 1,161 more words

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WCHP - More "Foul Language"

During the Employment Tribunal WCHP’s legal representative made a big issue of the alleged use of the word “fuckwit”.  He even went to the effort to “look up the meaning of this word in the dictionary” and went on to explain that it meant a “a stupid or contemptible person”.  194 more words

The disappearing payslip

I recently took part in an HMRC “webinar” on the National Minimum Wage, offering help and support to union reps wishing to assist members enforce their rights. 1,079 more words

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Invest and conduct an investigation properly or face liability

Investigations are the backbone of your disciplinary and grievance procedure and your defence in an unfair or constructive unfair dismissal claim. An unfair dismissal or constructive unfair dismissal claim can be lost purely on the basis that you have failed to follow a fair process by not conducting a fair investigation. 427 more words

Worker’s Status

A worker who has not been paid their wages has the right to bring a claim in an Employment Tribunal (ET) for an unlawful deduction from wages. 1,063 more words

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Correspondence with Sir Nicholas Montagu

Sir Nicholas Montagu, Chairman of Council, Queen Mary University of London

Simon Gaskell, Principal and President, Queen Mary University of London

 

Petition to reinstate John F. 892 more words

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