Posts Tagged “employment law”

New Employment Appeal Tribunal Practice Direction

by Laurie Anstis on January 2, 2019

After what had been a quiet year in employment law there were a number of significant developments which took place in the last two weeks of December, including the government’s response to the Taylor Review, the Court of Appeal’s decisions (…)

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Employment status review(s) – opportunities to get involved

by Laurie Anstis on January 30, 2017

The government, opposition and Parliament are all carrying out reviews of the law on employment status. Prompted by the development of the so-called gig economy, this issue is now attracting serious attention from policy-makers. Taylor review The most significant of these reviews is (…)

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Theresa May and David Davis on employment law after Brexit

by Laurie Anstis on July 14, 2016

One of the biggest questions for employment lawyers and HR managers over the next few years is going to be the shape of employment law after Brexit. With so much of our employment legislation derived from the EU, what will (…)

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TUPE transfers and joint employers

by Laurie Anstis on November 6, 2015

In Hyde v Layton, the employee was employed to carry out maintenance on homes by Martlet Homes Limited. Following a complicated series of transactions, he became employed to do the work on a joint and several basis by Marlet Homes (…)

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Criminal charges for failure to notify the government of collective redundancies

by Laurie Anstis on October 15, 2015

A couple of years ago I wrote a post about criminal offences that could be committed by a HR manager in the course of their work. The first of these was failing to notify the Secretary of State of plans to (…)

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