What were the most significant employment case law decisions in 2016? Stephen Simpson counts down the 10 most important judgments for employers this year.
The review looks into the impact of changes to the labour market, addressing questions on issues such as job security, wage levels and employees' rights.
Consultant editor Darren Newman considers the significance of the recent tribunal decision on the employment status of Uber drivers.
Updated to include information on Marathon Asset Management LLP and another v Seddon and another, in which the High Court awarded the employer nominal damages only, for breach of contract.
Terminating staff for not accepting changes to terms and conditions seems a risky and extreme course of action, but is this the correct way to go about implementing contractual changes?
Most of the attention centred on the recent Uber decision has focused on the employment law aspects of the case. But there could be far wider implications in terms of tax obligations, according to Leigh Sayliss, partner at law firm Howard Kennedy.
In Theedom v Nourish Trading Ltd (t/a CSP Recruitment) and another  IRLR 866 HC, the High Court dismissed an employee's libel claim in respect of emails sent by his employer about his misconduct.
The Government is considering a ban on restrictive covenants, but would this open the door to more poaching of staff?
HR and legal information and guidance relating to contracts of employment.