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Legal updates and news

27th

June

2017

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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15th

September

2016

Newsletter 25: Teacher’s Pay & Conditions

Document by Laura Evans | Employment Solicitor (click here to view her profile) Welcome back from the summer break! Now that the new academic year is here, you may be starting to turn your attention to your school’s annual pay review. For most teachers, the rules about how much they can be paid are found [...]

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7th

March

2016

Newsletter 20: National Living Wage | Your questions answered

Document by Beth Bearder | Employment Solicitor (click here to view her profile) As the National Living Wage (NLW) is due to come into force on 1 April 2016, we have set out below our most commonly asked Q&A, to help you and your school prepare for the changes. Q: What is it? A: The [...]

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9th

October

2015

Newsletter 15: Appraisals & Performance Assessments

Article by Natalie Spink | Employment Solicitor (click here to view her profile) It’s that time of year again when performance is assessed. If you’re a TV fan, we are not referring to the concluding series of The Great British Bake Off, the commencement of the X Factor or the Christmas countdown that Strictly Come [...]

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2nd

October

2014

National minimum wage increases

The new national minimum wage increase came into force on 1 October 2014. So if you currently pay your staff the national minimum wage you will need to revise your wages accordingly. What is the new national minimum wage? The new rates are as follows: The standard (adult) rate (workers aged 21 and over) will [...]

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