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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

November

2016

Newsletter 27: Restructures…what do you need to consider?

Document by Laura Evans | Employment Associate (click here to view her profile) In the past week, the BBC has reported on the growing numbers of schools in financial difficulties, with the Association of School and College Leaders (ACSL) warning that thousands of primary and secondary schools are close to becoming ‘financially unviable’. With a [...]

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12th

April

2013

Collective consultation – recent changes

Often employers feel that employment law is stacked against them, full of “employee friendly rights”.  However, the Government has now introduced a number of changes to employment law that are favourable to employers to try to redress the balance.  These changes centre around collective consultation for large-scale redundancy exercises. An employer is obliged by law [...]

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3rd

April

2013

Video on managing dismissals

Every business that employs employees is likely to come across a dismissal situation.  Employees who have the required amount of continuous service with that business may be able to bring a claim for unfair dismissal at the Employment Tribunal.  Such claims, if successful, can lead to awards of compensation being made up to a cap, [...]

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3rd

August

2012

Reduce staff hours with minimum risk

If you have seen a downturn in business as a result of the current economic climate, you may be forced to reduce staff hours, i.e. the hours that your staff work for you. Members can download an in-depth, step by step guide on changing contractual terms Watch this video guide to Reducing staff hours with minimum risk  

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