Regular Employment Briefings
WJM’s Employment Team publish Regular Employment Briefings to help employers keep up to date with the myriad of changes to the procedures and processes in employment law. To subscribe to Employment Briefing, please visit our subscription page.
Employment Briefing - October 2013
Grievance and Disciplinary Hearings and Dismissal Appeals are matters which employers are often anxious about and it’s not always clear what is expected from them. This month’s Bulletin highlights recent developments in relation to these complex issues.
Employment Briefing - September 2013
After a summer break - and what a summer it was - we’re back with Employment Briefing.
Holiday pay and when it is accrued or due is a minefield for employers so we look at two cases which may give some clarity. We also make further commentary on the introduction of fees for Employment Tribunals and announce a series of seminars on Protected Conversations.
As ever, we hope you enjoy this briefing and don’t forget to get in touch if you have any comments or issues.
Employment Briefing - June 2013
In the June issue of Employment Briefing we look at the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 which was passed into law by the Westminster Parliament in April this year. We also look at recent case involving former employees of the failed retailer, Woolworths, which has implications for employers.
As ever, if you have any employment queries, please get in touch with WJM Employment Team.
Employment Briefing - April 2013
In the April issue of Employment Briefing we look at the vexed issue of telling tales out of school and when and where workers become employees and vice versa. In our final case commentary, we look at the levels of evidence in gross misconduct cases.
As ever, if you have any employment queries, please get in touch with the team. We’ll be delighted to help.
Employment Briefing - March 2013
In this issue of Employment Briefing we report on a case which helps to define what is really meant by the term “disability” and look at pension issues for part-time workers. We also examine a complex case where confidentiality, or the lack of it, was at the heart of the case.
We hope you find this issue as informative as ever. We will be back next month with further Employment law updates.
Employment Briefing - February 2013
In February’s edition of Employment Briefing there are more Changes to the Employment Law. It explains about New Statutory Maternity Pay, Statutory Adoption Pay and Additional Statutory Sick Pay rates from April 2013 and also the New Compensation Limits from 1 February 2013 and Modern Workplaces Consultation.