Employment Law News Analysis

High Court upholds decision on employee's right to be accompanied - expert comments
The case makes it clear that when considering whether a request to bring a particular companion should be allowed at any stage of a disciplinary or grievance...
Louise Walker
24th Aug 2015
No special rules for social media misconduct - expert comments
Whilst the EAT declined to give any specific guidance to employers on how to deal with dismissals for misuse of social media in the case of The British Waterways...
David Reid
18th Aug 2015
Glasgow bin lorry inquiry - lessons to be learned - in employment
Once the individual starts work, the employer has an ongoing duty to the employee and to others to ensure they remain fit for the job they are doing and to...
David McRae
17th Aug 2015
Glasgow bin lorry inquiry - lessons to be learned - during recruitment
Most employers know that section 60 of the Equality Act 2010 means they are not generally permitted to ask job applicants questions about their health before...
David McRae
17th Aug 2015
Glasgow bin lorry inquiry - lessons to be learned
The fatal accident inquiry into the tragic bin lorry crash that killed six people in Glasgow last year is currently ongoing. Press reports suggest the driver...
David McRae
17th Aug 2015
Travel Time as Working Time - Expert Comments
Employers whose employees are involved in similar work with no fixed place of work may wish to consider reviewing their rules on what constitutes working...
Gillian Melville
8th Jul 2015
How Discretionary is a Contractual Discretionary Benefit - Expert Comments
It has always been important to take care when drafting contractual terms. In light of the Supreme Court’s recent judgment, employers, when offering employment...
Louise Walker
6th Jul 2015
How public does a Public Interest Disclosure need to be?
This EAT decision substantially limits the ‘public interest’ test and opens the door to claimants arguing that a disclosure which, perhaps even admittedly,...
David Reid
29th May 2015
No TUPE transfer when the service provision change is in respect of a short-term contract - Expert Comments
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has defined a 12-month contract as ‘short-term’ and therefore excluded from the application of the TUPE Regulations...
David Reid
15th Nov 2012
Maternity rights for surrogate parents: ECJ decision pending
Should the non-biological parent of a child born by a surrogate mother be entitled to maternity leave?
David Reid
2nd Nov 2012
Metropolitan Police Officers and staff told not to get any more visible tattoos - Expert Comments
Metropolitan Police Officers and staff told not to get any more visible tattoos and to formally register the ones they already have.
David Reid
19th Oct 2012
Repeal of third party harassment and the discrimination questionnaire procedure - Expert Comments
Government confirms intention to proceed with proposed repeal of third party harassment and the discrimination questionnaire procedure.
David Reid
19th Oct 2012
Employment Tribunal statistics highlight downward trend in number of claims
Latest Employment Tribunal statistics highlight downward trend in number of claims and highest awards in discrimination claims…
David Reid
27th Sep 2012
Dismissal based on unverified allegations found fair due to risk to the employer’s reputation - Expert Comments
The Court of Appeal has held that the dismissal of an employee was fair even though the employer had not followed a formal disciplinary procedure to ‘test’...
David Reid
17th Aug 2012
Update on Employment Law Reforms
The Business Secretary, Vince Cable, has outlined further details of the government’s plans to reform employment law through the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill.
David Reid
27th Jun 2012
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