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Employment Law

07th September 2017

Supporting employees who have premature or poorly babies

Katy Parkinson Napthens LLP – Employment Law Specialist

Almost 100,000 babies are born prematurely or poorly each year, which is a significant proportion when considered against the fact...

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29th August 2017

Employment Status: worker or self-employed?

Julie Duane Napthens LLP – Employment Law Advocate

Overview Following the recent cases of Uber and Deliveroo, it is no wonder that Organisations often find themselves in a quandary...

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25th August 2017

When is an employer vicariously liable for acts by an individual who is not an employee?

Amie Harrison Trainee Solicitor

Vicarious liability is a legal principle which allows a court to find that an individual or a company is responsible...

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18th August 2017

To suspend or not to suspend?

Chris King Employment Law Specialist

In almost all cases of misconduct or gross misconduct of an employee, the thought of whether or not to suspend...

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31st July 2017

Supreme Court rules that Employment Tribunal fees are unlawful

Chris King Employment Law Specialist

The Government introduced fees for Employment Tribunals in 2013 under then Lord Chancellor Chris Grayling which led to fees of...

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27th July 2017

Government Announces Temporary Suspension of HMRC Enforcement Activity

Oliver McCann Napthens LLP – Employment Law Specialist

Following the announcement by HM Government yesterday that;It has temporarily suspended HMRC enforcement activity over payment of sleep-ins by...

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20th July 2017

The Taylor Review and Working Practices

Katy Parkinson Napthens LLP – Employment Law Specialist

Within the last week, the Government published its review into modern working practices and the current state of the law....

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17th July 2017

Is it disability discrimination to make someone redundant following sickness absence?

Chris King Employment Law Specialist

Overview Over the years, case law has helped Tribunals and Employers understand the implications of their processes and procedures and how...

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07th July 2017

Employing Young Workers

Amie Harrison Trainee Solicitor

At this time of year work experience requests from young people tend to increase, either from those who are looking...

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29th June 2017

Minimum Wage Awareness

Anthony Fox Napthens LLP – Employment Law Specialist

Earlier this year, HMRC in conjunction with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, released a long list of...

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