Kate Godwin charts the recent developments on equal pay and reports on key equal value cases.
This week's case round-up from Eversheds, covering: transparency of incentive schemes; and time limits for making discrimination claims.
In MITIE Managed Services Ltd v French and others, the EAT holds that a contractual right to participate in an employer's profit-sharing scheme may, following a TUPE transfer, become a right to participate in a scheme of "substantial equivalence" only, if the right to continue participating in the original scheme is absurd, impossible or unjust.
A recent ruling means companies could be obliged to set up comparable benefit schemes when taking on TUPE staff. By Harriet Bowell of Stephenson Harwood.
Continuing our series on the implications of recent significant cases, Chris Middleton of Kemp Little's employment group looks at the issues surrounding some employment-related disputes.
At last a ruling by the EAT has been handed down on how TUPE applies to profit-related pay schemes, but uncertainly still reigns. By Gareth Brahams, a partner in the employment department of Lewis Silkin Solicitors.
Our resident experts at Pinsent Curtis Biddle bring you a comprehensive update on all the latest decisions that could affect your organisation, and advice on what to do about them.
Continuing our regular series on the implications of recent significant cases. Gareth Brahams, senior solicitor at Lewis Silkin, looks at the issues.
This week's case roundup, covering the unlawful cancellation of share options and the definition of an "undertaking".
HR and legal information and guidance relating to pay-related incentives and awards.