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Flexible working is here to stay from 6 April 2024

From 6 April, flexible working laws are changing, making it easier for employees to make statutory flexible working requests. The Employment Relations (Flexible Working) Act 2023 will make the following […]

Employment status: EAT confirms approach

The determination of employment status has been made clearer as the EAT confirms its approach. The EAT has provided useful guidance on the approach to determining employment status in Plastic […]

Settlement agreements & future claims

Our employment experts look into a case surrounding settlement agreements and future claims. Mr Bathgate worked for Technip Singapore PTE Ltd as a chief officer for over 20 years. In […]

Carrying over statutory leave

The start of the year saw a number of updates relating to the carrying over of statutory leave. From 1 January 2024, the following in regards to carrying over statutory […]

New legislation to simplify holiday entitlement & pay

The government has introduced new legislation to simplify holiday entitlement and holiday pay calculations. Our team of employment experts have summarised the key points below. New definition of ‘irregular hours […]

Constructive dismissal & delayed resignation

Constructive dismissal and delayed resignation can prove to be difficult situations for some employers. Our team of experts look into a case that could help when looking to tackle issues […]

Embracing neurodiversity at work

We’re supporting Neurodiversity celebration week, which takes place from 18th to 24th March 2024. Here, our employment law team share insight into neurodiversity in the workplace and what employers can […]

The price for ‘workplace banter’

The price for ‘workplace banter’ could prove costly to employers and its employees if certain lines are crossed. Miss Hunter had been employed by Lidl since she was a teenager. […]

Fire and rehire: government responds to consultation on Code of Practice

The Government has responded to the consultation on the draft Statutory Code of Practice on Dismissal and Re-engagement, which includes minor amends to the draft. The consultation, which came after […]

Reintroducing rolled up holiday pay: The practical steps you & your business can take

In November, the government published the draft Employment Rights (Amendment, Revocation and Transitional Provision) Regulations 2023 (the draft regulations), and are due to come into force on 1 January 2024. […]

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