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Sep
15
2017

ACAS publishes guidance on supporting parents with ill or premature babies

ACAS has published guidance providing important information for both employees and employers in relation to premature births or full-term births where a child is ill. ..

Sep
07
2017

Increase to damages bands for injury to feelings and psychiatric injury

The Presidents of the Employment Tribunal in England, Wales and Scotland have released a joint response to the Vento Bands Consultation (named after the case Vento v Chief Constable of..

Sep
07
2017

Deposit order disaster: EAT confirms deposit orders should not be used to clarify cases

In the case of Tree v South East Coastal Services Ambulance NHS Trust, the EAT held that a Tribunal cannot make a deposit order merely because the Claimant’s case is..

Sep
07
2017

Leaked document on Post Brexit Immigration

The Guardian has obtained a copy of a leaked document setting out the government’s proposals on post-Brexit immigration. ..

Sep
01
2017

Top London Curry House Re-Opens following Immigration Raid

One of London’s top curry houses, Tayyabs, has re-opened following a 48 hour shutdown by immigration enforcement officers for allegedly employing illegal workers. Family owned Punjabi restaurant Tayyabs closed on..

Sep
01
2017

Government proposes new requirements for companies to reveal pay ratio between bosses and workers

The government has announced a series of reforms aimed at increasing boardroom accountability and enhancing trust in business. ..

Sep
01
2017

Asda Equal Value claims latest

Last October, we reported the Employment Tribunal decision that 7,000 predominantly female in-store Asda employees, who do work such as shelf-stacking and checkout roles, have common terms of employment..

Sep
01
2017

ACAS guidance published on supporting trans employees in the workplace

Following a summer filled with Pride events up and down the country, ACAS has also shown its support for the LGBT+ Community through the release of their new research paper,..

Sep
01
2017

Tribunal fees: should you prepare for a deluge of claims and what happens next?

It has been a tumultuous few years for the Conservative party and the recent Supreme Court ruling has added to the party’s list of woes. The government will now have..

Aug
30
2017

Home Office admits error in British born Shane Ridge case

This afternoon, the Home Office confirmed that Shane Ridge, the Lancashire born joiner, is indeed a British citizen and they had incorrectly refused his application for Right of Abode. Shane..



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