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Auto Enrolment – some options

Auto Enrolment is the compulsory pension scheme introduced by the government which is currently being rolled until April 2017. As an employer your contributions will be 1% until Sept 2017, 2% from 0ct 2017 to Sept 2018 and 3% from Oct 2018. To facilitate this, The National […]

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Employment Appeal Tribunal – decision on covert recordings

Covert recording of private discussions at disciplinary and grievance hearings admissible The EAT has upheld an employment tribunal decision that covert recordings made by an employee of the public and private discussions of the panel at her grievance and disciplinary hearings could be admitted as evidence at […]

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High Court Decision on 12 month Non Compete Clause

12 month non-compete restriction upheld despite drafting error The High Court has granted an injunction to enforce a 12 month non-compete restrictive covenant which, if read literally, offered the claimant employer, a software developer, no protection at all. The clause contained a proviso stating that the restriction […]

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Right to request flexible working open to all from 30 June 2014

Changes that could mean the biggest changes to the world of work have been put in place after the Children and Families Act was given Royal Assent in parliament recently. The legislation gives workers a host of new rights, including most significantly, the right for all staff […]

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How shared parental leave will work

Jo Broadbent is a senior professional support lawyer at Hogan Lovells and has recently written the article below for People Management.  The article focuses on how Shared Parental Leave (ShPL) potentially will work in practice.  This change, although not due to come into force until April 2015, […]

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