Louise Merrell writes for EmploymentSolicitor.com on Great Repeal Bill and its impact on UK employment law
A significant amount of UK employment law is derived from EU law so what’s going to happen after Brexit? Louise Merrell, senior solicitor at Clarkslegal takes a look at the..
Supreme Court determines a pay deduction rate of 1/365 for each day employees participate in lawful strike action
In Hartley v King Edward VI College, the Claimants were teachers who participated in a full day of lawful strike action. Their employment contracts permitted pay to be deducted for..
It is automatically unfair to dismiss an employee on the basis that he or she has made a protected disclosure, more commonly known as ‘whistleblowing’. ..
This week, ITV reported that the Home Office have refused to grant Neha Chaudhry, an award winning young Pakistani entrepreneur, a visa to remain in the country as a highly..
In Fulton and another v Bear Scotland Ltd (No.2) the EAT confirmed its earlier decision that a gap of more than 3 months in a series of deductions, breaks the..
In the recent Employment Tribunal case of Holden v Spice Valley Restaurants Ltd and others the employer, a restaurant, went into administration..
Given the growing importance of data protection to our everyday life, it is unsurprising that the issue is mentioned in the manifestos for the upcoming General Election ..
Managing Partner and Immigration specialist Monica Atwal, explains why immigration is important to UK business and the sustainability of our economy...
Following parliamentary pressure, the takeaway delivery company Deliveroo has removed a controversial clause within its “supplier agreement” that sought to prevent couriers from challenging their self-employed status at an employment..