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Tribunals may have to apply human rights ‘proportionality’ test

A recent article in the People Management magazine caught my eye regarding Human Rights and the affect that Article 8 under the legislation may have with Employment Tribunals.  It seems that Tribunals may need to apply human rights ‘proportionality’ test when looking at unfair dismissal claims going

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Employee bound by restrictive covenants in unsigned contract provided after promotion

I’ve been asked by clients what happens if an employee is working under a new contract, but has not signed and returned the new contract.  The case highlighted below stresses the importance of the individual working to the new contract.  Clearly if the contract is signed then

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Shared Parental Leave ‘Pushed Back’

Shared parental leave ‘pushed back’ Concerns over impact on UK business prompts delay, reports suggest Government plans to introduce shared maternity and paternity leave could be delayed until October 2015, according to the Daily Telegraph. Changes that would enable mothers and fathers to share maternity leave more

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Tribunal Updates

Reasonableness of restrictive covenant must be judged at time it was entered into The High Court has reaffirmed the principle that the reasonableness of a restrictive covenant must be judged at the time it was entered into, not at the time when the employer sought to enforce

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Workplace Learning Awards

In May this year, along with McCrudden Training and MTC2 I sponsored the first Learning at Work Awards for the Eastbourne District.  After some fantastic feedback, we will be running the event again in May 2013 – again linking in with National Learning at Work Day.  To

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