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Newsletter 30: Calculating Strike Pay

Document by Louise Easthope | Employment Solicitor How much pay should an employer deduct when staff lawfully strike  for one day? In the recent Supreme Court decision of Hartley v King Edward VI College, the Court determined that if teachers lawfully strike for one day, an employer should deduct 1/365 of annual pay. In this [...]

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Newsletter 24: Brexit

Document by Laura Evans | Employment Solicitor (click here to view her profile) The Brexit debate heats up but what would it mean for employment law? You will not have been able to escape the fact that there is a referendum in the UK this week in relation to our membership of the European Union [...]

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Newsletter 8: Spring 2015 Employment Update

Whilst many of you may be looking forward to tucking into your Easter eggs over the Easter break, there is also plenty of food for thought for Schools come 5 April 2015. There are a number of significant employment law changes just around the corner. Many of these changes are within the family friendly field, [...]

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Newsletter 3: Shared Parental Leave – Let’s Talk Babies

It seems like everyone (especially in the HR world) is talking about Shared Parental Leave (SPL) at the moment. This is unsurprising given that its “live date” is just around the corner. SPL will be available for parents of children due to be born or adopted on or after 5 April 2015, and requests for [...]

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Newsletter 2: Childcare Disqualification Requirements

Childcare Disqualification Requirements The Department for Education (DfE) has recently published guidance on childcare disqualification requirements to help schools understand the requirements placed on them by childcare legislation. This guidance talks about the separate and additional burden that the Childcare Act 2006 (the Act) and the Childcare (Disqualification) Regulations 2009 (the Regulations) place on schools [...]

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