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Main changes to the Employment Tribunal Rules

This document gives an overview of the main changes on the Employment Tribunal rules to take place from the 29th July 2013. Including ET1 and ET3, time limits and deposit

The road transport (working time) Regulations factsheet

The Road Transport (Working Time) Regulations 2005, came into force on 4 April 2005, and apply to drivers and crews of heavy goods vehicles and public service vehicles ("mobile workers").

Applying for a Visitor Visa Factsheet

A standard visitor visa enables a person from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) to come to the UK, usually for up to 6 months, for a temporary purpose.

Family Friendly Rights - An Overview

This note is intended to give an overview of the key ‘family friendly’ rights available to employees. There are more detailed factsheets and documents available for each of the

Employment Law Facts and Figures 2017

This booklet includes the up-to-date employment law facts and figures

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Unfair Dismissal factsheet

The main legislation which deals with unfair dismissal is contained within the Employment Rights Act 1996. Unfair Dismissal is a very complex area of employment law.

Stress at work factsheet

The Health and Safety Executive defines stress as the adverse reaction people have to excessive pressures or other types of demand placed on them.

Bribery Act Factsheet

The Bribery Act 2010 (the "Act") came into force on 1 July 2011. Previously, bribery-related offences were limited to transactions that involved public officials. The Act now extends bribery

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Disciplining and dismissing employees factsheet

In a claim for unfair dismissal the employer must show the reason for dismissal and that the reason fell within one of the categories of potentially fair reasons, such as

Time off for dependants factsheet

All employees have a statutory right to take reasonable time off work to take necessary action in certain unexpected situations affecting their dependants to make any necessary longer term arrangements.



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