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Legal updates and news

22nd

August

2013

Employee shareholders – what you really need to know

From 1 September 2013, you’ll be able to restrict your employees’ rights on unfair dismissal and redundancy thanks to the introduction of section 205A of the Employment Rights Act 1996 which allows you to offer staff positions as employee shareholders. This will introduce a new type of employee ownership arrangement.  Under this arrangement an employee could [...]

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19th

August

2011

Employment Status – are they employees or not?

Employment status – are they employees or not? Is an individual an employee or not? Employment status has been the subject of a number of high profile cases in recent years and, as a business, it is your responsibility to be clear about the employment status of those working for you. Different employment law rights will [...]

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17th

February

2010

Court of Appeal held that an agency worker was not protected from discrimination

The Court of Appeal has held, in Muschett v HM Prison Service, that a temporary agency worker was not an employee of either the Prison Service, who he was carrying out work for, or the agency that supplied him, for the purposes of unfair dismissal or discrimination legislation. The Court based their decision on the [...]

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