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  • Update on Government's Sunday trading proposals

    10 February 2016

    The Government has announced that local authorities and city mayors in England and Wales will be given the power to extend Sunday trading hours.

  • Measures to tackle inequality in the public sector announced

    9 February 2016

    As part of a range of initiatives to remove bias in recruitment, the Government has stated that NHS and the civil service will adopt name-blind recruitment by 2020, and the number of apprenticeships in the public sector will increase to more than 200,000.

  • Apprenticeship levy legislation published in draft

    9 February 2016

    Following the Government's announcement that it wishes to create three million more apprenticeships during the rest of this Parliament, draft legislation has been published confirming when the new apprenticeship levy is coming into effect and which employers will be affected.

  • Podcast: Dismissals following a series of warnings

    5 February 2016

    We look at disciplinary warnings for minor incidents that lead to dismissal and discuss the recent employment tribunal decision in Cogman v Stannah Stairlifts Ltd.

  • FAQs: The national living wage

    4 February 2016

    We answer employers' questions on the new rate of the national minimum wage for workers aged 25 and over.

  • Public-sector pay remains subdued

    4 February 2016

    XpertHR's review of the 2015 pay round in the public sector finds that pay settlements have remained subdued in the face of ongoing Government restraint.

  • Latest pay awards

    4 February 2016

    A summary of the latest pay settlements monitored by XpertHR, including those in the NHS in Northern Ireland and at Express Newspapers, Morrisons, The Terrence Higgins Trust, and Total Exploration and Production.

  • Webinar: Preparing for the national living wage

    3 February 2016

    Listen to our panel of speakers cover the key points relating to the national living wage that employers need to be aware of.

  • When frequent minor misconduct leads to a fair dismissal

    2 February 2016

    The employment tribunal decision in Cogman v Stannah Stairlifts Ltd provides a prime example of how a series of less serious incidents of misconduct can culminate in a dismissal that is within the range of reasonable responses.

  • Service provision change: do laid-off employees transfer?

    1 February 2016

    In Inex Home Improvements Ltd v Hodgkins and others, the Employment Appeal Tribunal considered the novel issue of whether or not employees who had been laid off transferred on a service provision change.

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