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Employment Law Updates & HR News

With an ever changing legislative landscape and recent changes to employment law in areas such as flexibile working and parental leave, employers could unknowingly cause an employee or worker to believe they have suffered a detriment and thus expose thems…

Discrimination legislation gives the term "employee" a wider definition than most employment legislation. It incorporates those individuals that would qualify as employees and workers under the ERA 1996, as well as some individuals who would not qualify a…

This post looks at the statutory rights of employees, employee shareholders and workers, but in relation to Familes and Pregnancy.

When it comes to Employment Law the legislative landscape is one which is constantly changing. Decisions made at Employment Tribunal (ET), the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT), the High Court, the Court of Appeal, and the European Court of Justice (ECJ) …

Saur Glasgow is looking to recruit an experienced, self-motivated Electrical Engineer with excellent communication and management skills and a proven engineering and business development background to fill the role of Electrical Engineer within the Waste …

This post, the first in a series of six, highlights the various statuotry rights of employees, employee shareholders and workers and during the contractual relationship.

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.

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