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Landmark whistleblowing case contemplates “public interest” test

  Chesterton Global Ltd (t/a Chesterton Humberts) and another v Nurmohamed, case was heard by the Court of Appeal. The case holds great importance for future whistleblowing cases. The appeal was heard in the Royal Courts of Justice on 8 June. In case of terms in considering when
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2017 General Elections : Effect on Employment Law

  This year’s general elections have a greater importance for employment law than in in recent years. The winner of these elections will lead negations of Brexit and hold more authority on domestic legalisation such as employment law. The importance is evident in both labour and
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New Gender Pay Gap Reporting

New Legislation in Effect As of the 6th of April it became Law for employers in Great Britain with over 250 staff to record and publish four types of figures annually on their own website and on a government website. The four types of figures are: Gender pay gap (mean and median avera
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Article 50 effects on UK Employment Law

United Kingdom’s (UK) employment law stands to feel the effects article 50 triggering, the same way the whole legal system will be taking note. After Britain’s ambassador to the EU Tim Barrow delivered the formal notice the UK’s plans to leave EU under the Article 50 of th
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Redundant NHS Executive Wins Right to Higher Rate Pension

A senior NHS executive who was made redundant just short of her 50th birthday has had her pension rights upheld by the Court of Appeal.
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Professional Partners – Who Owns Your Goodwill?

In an interesting case, a lawyer and former partner is attempting to prevent her old law firm from continuing to use her name.
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The Big Employment Law Changes in 2017

Every year the world of employment law sees a number of major changes. Here are some of the most prominent changes that will shape 2017.
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UK Agency Workers Exploited Says Think-tank Report

A report by the Resolution Foundation shows 340,000 UK workers are employed via agency contracts with minimal workplace legal protection.
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Dorchester Hotel May Face Legal Action Over Staff Grooming Rules

The Dorchester hotel is experiencing a backlash after a controversial list of new grooming rules for its female staff was recently leaked.
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Female Employee Claims Discrimination for Not Bowing to Her Boss

A female employee of Korean business Dongbu Daewoo Electronics has taken the company to tribunal on claims of sex & race discrimination.
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