Topic: Employment law

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Employment law update: Employment law update - increase in compensation for injury to feelings
info 27-Mar-2020 12:59
The level of compensation for injury to feelings in Equality Act claims has been increased. The Presidents of the Employment Tribunals (England, Wales & Scotland) have updated the Vento compensation bands for injury to feelings.

Employment law update: Annual Revision of Compensation Limits
info 4-Mar-2020 11:41
Annual Revision of Compensation from 6 April 2020

Employment law update: Ethical Veganism is a protected belief
info 6-Jan-2020 11:46
An Employment Tribunal has held that a claimant who had an ethical belief in veganism was protected under the Equality Act.

Employment law update: Changes to employment law - April 2020
info 6-Jan-2020 11:07
Several legislative changes arising from the Taylor Review of Modern Workplace Practices and the Government’s Good Work Plan are due to come into force on 6 April 2020. This update sets out a brief summary of the changes, namely: • Extending the holiday pay reference period • Requiring employers/engagers to provide a statement of rights to all employees and workers on day 1 • Requiring agency workers to be provided with “key facts information” • Abolishing “the Swedish derogation” • Reducing the threshold for triggering negotiations under the Information and Consultation Regulations

Employment law update: Harassment by massage
info 3-Dec-2019 15:11
Recent judgment on discrimination

Employment law update: Tribunal Compensation Award Statistics 2018-2019
info 28-Nov-2019 17:02
This update gives details of the compensation received in unfair dismissal and discrimination cases in 2018-2019.

Employment law update: 'Workers' are covered by TUPE
info 28-Nov-2019 16:17
An employment tribunal has held that the rights under TUPE apply to the broader category of worker, rather than just employees.

Employment law update: Holiday pay and Sickness
info 21-Nov-2019 11:02
The European Court has confirmed that holiday entitlement, which is in excess of the four weeks provided for in the working time directive, does not have to be carried forward when an employee is off sick. This update reports that case and is a reminder of the principles that apply to holiday pay and sickness.