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  • Sign up to the XpertHR Small business newsletter

    31 July 2014

    XpertHR is producing a monthly Small business newsletter, highlighting resources of particular relevance for small business employers.

  • Salary data for employers of actuaries

    30 July 2014

    XpertHR has published its annual salary survey of Actuaries and Actuarial Students for 2014. The survey is based on anonymised payroll data supplied by 15 organisations on 1,681 individual employees. The survey includes details of salary rates, bonuses and changes in pay over the past 12 months.

  • Court of Appeal is asked to remedy drafting error in restrictive covenant

    28 July 2014

    Should a court redraft a restrictive covenant that allows an ex-employee to work for a competitor because of a mistake in the covenant's wording? The Court of Appeal considers this question in Prophet PLC v Huggett.

  • Pay trends July 2014: awards remain stable

    25 July 2014

    XpertHR's analysis of pay settlement trends in the second quarter of the year finds that pay awards remain stable, but low. We also look at the latest data from the Office for National Statistics on the real value of wages.

  • Latest pay awards

    25 July 2014

    We summarise the latest pay awards collected by XpertHR that have been added to the pay databank. Alongside details of each pay award, the entry shows the name and size of the review group, along with the effective date and length of the review.

  • Podcast: The ingredients of a successful constructive dismissal claim

    25 July 2014

    In this week's podcast, we explain what an employee has to establish in the employment tribunal to show that he or she has been constructively dismissed.

  • EAT considers potential for employees to claim against transferee for lack of information to transferor

    25 July 2014

    Can an employment tribunal hear claims by transferred employees against the transferee for its failure to provide the transferor with information about the measures that it envisages it will take in relation to the transferring employees? That was the question for the EAT in Allen and others v Morrison Facilities Services Ltd.

  • Webinar: Preparing for shared parental leave

    24 July 2014

    In this month's webinar, Audrey Williams and Camilla Palmer join Personnel Today editor Rob Moss to explain how the shared parental leave rules will work.

  • Equality Act 2010: can an employee's belief that his or her employer is wasting public money be a "philosophical belief"?

    23 July 2014

    In Harron v Chief Constable of Dorset Police, a police worker brought an unusual discrimination claim on the basis that his anger and frustration over what he sees as his police force's inefficient and wasteful use of public money is a "philosophical belief" protected under equality legislation.

  • Network Rail faces substantial equal pay claim

    22 July 2014

    Network Rail "could face a bill in excess of £10 million per year" if an equal pay claim launched by the Transport Salaried Staffs' Association (TSSA) is successful.

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