What should you be looking out for in 2009?
During last weeks few goverment bodies confirmed changes to employment law regulations we learned - the pace of change will not lessen in 2009.
David Reid
15th Jan 2009
Time off to Care for Dependants - “Associative” Disability Discrimination - Expert Comments
Two recent decisions, one by the European Court and the other by the Employment Appeal Tribunal, have clarified both the extent of protection afforded to...
David Reid
10th Oct 2008
Time off to Care for Dependants - “Associative” Disability Discrimination
Two recent decisions, one by the European Court and the other by the Employment Appeal Tribunal, have clarified both the extent of protection afforded to...
David Reid
10th Oct 2008
UK Retirement Laws Backed by Advocate General - Expert Comments
The Advocate General of the European Court of Justice has yesterday given an opinion in a case referred to Europe by the British courts about whether the...
David Reid
24th Sep 2008
UK Retirement Laws Backed by Advocate General
Yesterday, the Advocate General is a senior lawyer who reviews cases and offers an opinion on the issues to the judges of the European Court. His opinion...
David Reid
24th Sep 2008
National Minimum Wage - Expert Comments
The annual increase in National Minimum Wage, (NMW) announced by the government earlier this year, are you paying enough?
Just Employment Law
3rd Sep 2008
National Minimum Wage
A recent proposal that 21 year old workers should be included in the adult rate has been rejected, while the annual increase in National Minimum Wage, (NMW)...
David Reid
3rd Sep 2008
The Correct Comparator for Disability Related Discrimination in Employment
The basic effect of the 'Lewisham v Malcolm [2008] UKHL 43' decision was that disabled employees would not be able to establish they had been discriminated...
Gillian Cumming
24th Jul 2008
Disability Discrimination - Identifying a Comparator
In the past few weeks, the House of Lords has radically altered the hitherto well-established approach to assessing whether an employee has been discriminated...
David McRae
24th Jul 2008
New Draft ACAS Code of Practice Expert Comments
ACAS have published in draft the latest version of their Code of Practice on Discipline and Grievance at work. The Employment Bill, which is currently passing...
David Reid
16th Jun 2008
New Draft ACAS Code of Practice Published
Last month, ACAS published in draft the latest version of their Code of Practice on Discipline and Grievance at work.
David Reid
16th Jun 2008
Expired Disciplinary Warnings - Expert Comments
Can employers take expired disciplinary warnings into account?
Just Employment Law
19th May 2008
Expired Disciplinary Warnings (Again!) - Expert Comments
You may recall that some time ago, we sent our subscribers an update about a Scottish Court of Session case on the question of whether employers could take...
David Reid
19th May 2008
Extra Sick Pay for Disabled Employees – A Reasonable Adjustment?
The Disability Discrimination Act requires employers to make “reasonable adjustments” in respect of disabled employees’ jobs. But does this...
David Reid
1st Jun 2006
Mediation - the new alternative to employment tribunals? - Expert Comments
With further major changes in employment law and tribunal procedure just around the corner, will the Gibbons Report herald the take-off of employment law...
David Reid
1st May 2006
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