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Employment Law Updates & HR News

UK employment laws are extremely complex and with the government introducing regular changes, many UK employers often struggle to keep up to date and keep their business compliant.

The EAT has allowed an appeal against an employment tribunal's award in the middle Vento band for injury to feelings, which it held was not justified by the tribunal's findings of fact.

The EAT has upheld a tribunal decision that an employer failed to make reasonable adjustments for a disabled employee in a redundancy exercise.

The bill provides that if an employer offers an employee residential accommodation as part of their employment package, it must offer a financial payment as an alternative

Employers may need to review their procedures for checking references and for assessing probationary periods....We outline why.

The FIFA World Cup football championship starts on 12 June and continues until 13 July. This is good news for football fans but could cause difficulties for employers. If, for instance, staff phone in sick or simply do not turn up for work in order to wat…

National minimum wage and zero-hour contracts abuses, as well as redundancy payments for highly paid public sector employees all to be affected.

If an employee wishes to appeal, they should appeal in writing within an appropriate timescale. This should be confirmed in your policy and in the letter confirming the outcome. You should write back to them, inviting them to attend a disciplinary appeal …

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