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  • Ten important employment law cases in 2016

    Date:
    1 December 2016

    What were the most significant employment case law decisions in 2016? Stephen Simpson counts down the 10 most important judgments for employers this year.

  • Five important employment law cases in 2016… and five more to come

    Date:
    22 July 2016

    So far in 2016, there have been notable employment law cases on: holiday pay; childcare vouchers; social media at work; fraudulent sick leave; and reasonable adjustments for disabled people.

  • Six common summer employment issues

    Date:
    19 July 2016

    With high temperatures possible during the summer months, we explore some employment law scenarios employers may have to deal with.

  • Holiday requests: three practical scenarios for HR

    Date:
    22 June 2016

    Ashok Kanani looks at some scenarios that employers commonly face when employees request annual leave.

  • EU referendum: 12 European cases that have shaped UK employment law

    Date:
    31 March 2016

    The "Brexit" referendum on whether or not the UK should withdraw from the European Union takes place on 23 June 2016. Stephen Simpson rounds up 12 key European cases that have had a major impact on UK employment law.

  • Lock holiday pay case: a defining point between EU and UK law?

    Date:
    24 March 2016

    Consultant editor Darren Newman explains why an appeal to the Court of Appeal in the commission and holiday pay case of British Gas Trading Ltd v Lock could be a defining point in the relationship between EU and UK law. He also explains why the Government's view is that the Working Time Regulations are capable of being interpreted to comply with the Working Time Directive's requirement that commission should be included in holiday pay calculations.

  • Ten important employment law cases in 2015

    Date:
    11 December 2015

    Key judgments in 2015 include cases on: working time; whistleblowing; holiday pay; annual leave during sickness absence; redundancy consultations; disability discrimination; and the role of HR in disciplinary proceedings. Stephen Simpson counts down the 10 most important judgments for employers this year.

  • Holiday pay: the EAT decision that overtime should be included examined

    Date:
    6 November 2014

    Consultant editor Darren Newman discusses the ruling on overtime and holiday pay in Bear Scotland Ltd v Fulton and another. While he suggests that the very narrow view of what constitutes "a series of deductions" for the purposes of back pay may not stand up to scrutiny, he considers that any appeal is extremely unlikely to result in a different ruling on the main issue of including overtime in holiday pay calculations.

  • Calculating holiday pay: commission can no longer be discounted

    Date:
    28 May 2014

    Consultant editor Darren Newman explains the potentially costly implications of a recent ruling on calculating holiday pay where workers receive commission, and forecasts that a similar principle will shortly be applied to overtime payments.

  • Weekly dilemma: Competing holiday requests

    Date:
    19 October 2011

    This week's dilemma concerns competing annual leave requests from employees who want time off during the Christmas period.

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Legal guidance: HR and legal information and guidance relating to paid annual leave.