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Upfront Editor's choice - the latest from XpertHR

  • FAQs: Disability discrimination

    Date:
    18 December 2014

    Recently published FAQs on XpertHR answer employers' questions on disability discrimination.

  • Tasks: Shared parental leave and pay

    Date:
    18 December 2014

    A new task has been added to XpertHR, bringing together existing content to help employers explain to employees the qualifying criteria for shared parental pay.

  • Join us on LinkedIn

    Date:
    15 December 2014

    XpertHR has a number of LinkedIn groups to help you keep up to date with latest developments. You can join the main LinkedIn group, our XpertHR Salary Surveys group or follow what is going on at XpertHR USA.

  • International manual country guide updates: December 2014

    Date:
    12 December 2014

    There are updates to various country guides in the International manual this month, including the Canada, Germany, Greece, Guernsey, Ireland, Jersey, South Africa and Venezuela employment law guides.

  • Podcast: Appeal decisions due in 2015

    Date:
    12 December 2014

    This week's podcast looks at key appeal cases that are due to be decided during 2015.

  • Shared parental leave: new model letters on continuous and discontinuous leave

    Date:
    11 December 2014

    XpertHR provides some new model letters for employers to respond to requests for shared parental leave, available to employees with a child expected to be born or having a child placed for adoption with them on or after 5 April 2015.

  • Holiday: can a worker unable to take annual leave carry it over?

    Date:
    11 December 2014

    Other than instances of sickness absence, can a worker who misses out because he or she is unable to take annual leave carry it over to the next holiday year? The Sash Window Workshop Ltd and another v King is the latest in the never-ending series of employment cases on annual leave.

  • More FAQs: Shared parental leave and pay

    Date:
    10 December 2014

    Recently published FAQs on XpertHR answer more employers' questions on shared parental leave and pay, and on rights for parents in a surrogacy situation.

  • Shared parental pay: statutory rates revealed

    Date:
    09 December 2014

    Details of statutory shared parental pay rates, to which qualifying employees with babies due on or after 5 April 2015 will be entitled, have been announced by the Government.

  • Court of Appeal examines scope of employees' remedy for psychiatric injury

    Date:
    08 December 2014

    Can an employee claim negligence on the basis that the commencement of disciplinary proceedings without carrying out a thorough investigation caused psychiatric injury? That was the dilemma for the Court of Appeal in Coventry University v Mian.

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