Tag Archive: TUPE

  • Employment News – Case Update April 2022

    A round-up of the most significant employment law cases to be published over the last month including more definitions between workers and self-employed contractors, indirect discrimination and harassment, unfair dismissal and TUPE.

  • Employment Law Newsletter – March 2021

    A review of March’s employment law cases and other important news, including Covid-19 updates, Spring budget, gender pay gap reporting postponed, updates on unemployment and women on boards.

  • Employment Law Newsletter – July 2020

    A review of July’s employment law cases and other important news, including variousemployment-related Covid-19 updates.

  • Employment Law Newsletter – December 2019

    A review of December’s employment case law and other important news: from the ICO regarding Data Protection fees; ONS report on pay gap for disabled workers; and a study of Modern Slavery legal requirements in the hotel industry.

  • Employment Law Newsletter – July 2019

    A review of July’s employment case law and other important news. We look at how the court, tribunal system and the government are trying to refresh the systems. We have a 99 year rule which has been reversed by the Supreme Court, issues arising from use of Facebook and WhatsApp and the government’s shakeup of employment law. This covers how to fix gender inequality consulting on health at work to prevent job-loss and how to make the enforcement of employment rights better. It’s all go. For the better, we hope!

  • Employment Law Newsletter – March 2019

    A review of March’s employment law cases and other important news. This month’s tricky situations include: TUPE dismissals; bad leaver provisions; two aspects of the employment/worker status issue; maternity leave and religious discrimination. In other news: ICO Brexit preparation tools; ICO fines; seasonal workers pilot scheme; modern slavery regulation flouting; new holiday pay guidance and reminders that NMW and NLW set to rise from 1 April.