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December 2018 Newsletter

It’s the time of year that we naturally reflect on the past 12 months and think about the year ahead. I looked back at the newsletter that I sent this time last year – and Brexit was mentioned then too. At the time of writing, this is

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Employment Highlights November 2018

Monthly highlights for November include a further judgement on whether somebody was a worker or self-employed, clarity on untaken annual leave – if it was required, and whether a comparator was treated less favourably. Annual Leave In November, the ECJ handed down judgement in two German cases

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BREXIT – Settled Status for your EU Employees

Do you currently employ EU nationals in your Company?  If so then they may need to apply for ‘Settled Status’.  If you employ non UK staff and they are: a British or Irish citizen; or have a visa with indefinite leave to remain or enter the UK then

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Christmas Party Season Warning!

A timely reminder that a Christmas night out can go wrong and your Company can end up being vicariously liable for employee’s actions. There has been some case law that states that an office or work party is an extension of the workplace meaning that what happens

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Dismissal before TUPE transfer WAS unfair – EAT Ruling

Dealing with ‘difficult’ people is always going to be hard. Managing them out of a business can be a long process – depending on their job role – and if the difficulty is behaviour or strained relationships, rather than performance, then it’s arguably even harder. One thing

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