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Employment and HR News

Government Acts Following Overtime and Holiday Pay RulingDecember 19, 2014

The Government has taken action to reduce the potential costs to employers of last month's decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal in Bear Scotland Ltd....

University Not Guilty of Race DiscriminationDecember 18, 2014

In a case which illustrates the magnitude of the task faced by Employment Tribunals in resolving the most factually complex cases, a black professor who...

High Court Upholds Employment Tribunal FeesDecember 17, 2014

The High Court has ruled that fees for the use of Employment Tribunals (ETs) and the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) are lawful. The fees were first...

Worker Pays High Price for Lack of Legal RepresentationDecember 10, 2014

In a cautionary tale for anyone tempted to go before a court or tribunal without legal assistance, a worker whose wife hastily withdrew his unfair...

UNITE Will Not Appeal EAT’s Decision on Holiday Pay and OvertimeDecember 1, 2014

In the recent case of Bear Scotland Ltd. and Others v Fulton and Others, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) ruled that employers should include ‘non-guaranteed’...

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