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CEO faces criminal charges over staff redundancies

Dave Forsey thought to be first FTSE100 chief to be charged under Trade Union Act According to the magazine People Management the chief executive of Sports Direct, Dave Forsey, has reportedly stepped down from his post just days before he was due to face criminal charges over

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ECJ Report on Working Time and Peripatetic workers

Following a ruling delivered on Thursday 11 September the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that time spent travelling to and from home by employees without a fixed working base should count towards time worked. The decision relates to a case – Federacion de Servicios Privados v Tyco

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National Living Wage

On 1 September 2015, BIS announced a package of measures intended to improve compliance with the national minimum wage (NMW) and national living wage (NLW) when the latter is introduced in April 2016. The NLW will apply to all employees over 25 and initially is set at £7.20

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Fall in number of Employment Tribunal Claims

The following article in People Management Magazine caught my eye. I don’t think that it can be argued that the number of ET cases has dropped, Employment solicitor friends of mine will agree that the volume of contentious or ET work has dropped. However, this shouldn’t be

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Definition of Apprenticeships to be protected by law

The Government has announced that Apprenticeships will be given the same legal protection as degrees under a new law to be included in the Enterprise Bill this autumn.

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