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  • Podcast: Are works councils the way forward?

    29 July 2016

    The Prime Minister's proposal to put worker representatives on the boards of major companies has brought worker representation into the limelight. We discuss employers' current obligations concerning worker representation in the workplace and the role of works councils.

  • Fairness of dismissal: long service a double-edged sword

    28 July 2016

    The dismissal of an experienced baker for not washing his hands was held to be fair by the employment tribunal in Donovan v Greggs plc, because he should have appreciated the seriousness of his misconduct.

  • Latest pay awards

    28 July 2016

    A summary of the latest pay settlements recorded by XpertHR, including those at Syngenta, Principality Building Society and the Automobile Association, and for police officers in England and Wales.

  • Subdued pay awards to continue

    28 July 2016

    Our latest analysis of pay settlement trends highlights that pay awards are likely to stay low in 2016. The impact that the Brexit decision may have on the economy, and on pay awards, is also discussed.

  • BT Managed Services Ltd v Edwards: appeal update

    26 July 2016

    A date has now been set for the Court of Appeal hearing in BT Managed Services Ltd v Edwards and another, on the status of employees on long-term sick leave during a TUPE transfer.

  • Gender pay gap reporting: more FAQs

    26 July 2016

    New FAQs on XpertHR answer questions on the gender pay gap reporting duty.

  • Significant employment law decisions in 2016

    25 July 2016

    We round up five significant employment law decisions that have been made so far, and look ahead to important judgments expected before the end of this year.

  • Take part in our employee notice periods survey

    22 July 2016

    Take part in this XpertHR Benchmarking survey of employee notice periods to receive latest data on how your organisation compares.

  • Podcast: The impact of the Trade Union Act 2016

    22 July 2016

    We discuss how the key provisions of the Trade Union Act 2016 are likely to impact on employers.

  • Brexit webinar: Employment law and immigration implications

    22 July 2016

    Listen to our panellists discuss what Brexit means for employment law in the UK and for EEA nationals living in the UK, and give practical guidance on how HR practitioners can prepare for what lies ahead.

  • Dealing with an employee who requests to record a meeting

    22 July 2016

    New guidance helps employers to deal with the situation where an employee requests to record a meeting, or he or she records it covertly.

  • Can an effective appeal cure all procedural flaws?

    22 July 2016

    The question before the Employment Appeal Tribunal in Khan v Stripestar Ltd, was whether or not a fair appeal process could cure a wholly inadequate disciplinary hearing.

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