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Will covertly recording a meeting always be gross misconduct?

Chartered Legal Executive John McArdle draws some useful guidance from the recent decision of the EAT in Phoenix House Ltd v Stockman.

John McArdle Associate

How do you calculate holiday pay for staff who work irregular hours?

The Court of Appeal in Brazel v The Harpur Trust has confirmed that the established practice of paying 12.07% of annualised hours is not correct

Claire Hollins
Claire Hollins Principal Associate

The future of confidentiality clauses: Government consultation response

The response has now been published and contains a number of important proposals for change.

Louise Singh
Louise Singh Associate

The trouble with pensions tax relief…

Pensions expert Jane Marshall considers the implications of the Government’s proposals for reform across the public sector and beyond.

Jane Marshall
Jane Marshall Partner

TUPE: Obligation to maintain National Minimum Wage records moves to transferee

The duty on employers to maintain National Minimum Wage records moves to the transferee when a TUPE transfer takes place.

Lee Rogers
Lee Rogers Principal Associate

Employing EU nationals in the approach to Brexit

A guide to employing EU nationals in the approach to Brexit

Mandy Higgins
Mandy Higgins Partner

Junior doctors’ rest breaks should be monitored using actual recorded data

Junior doctors' breaks must be tracked with actual recorded data, not expected or substitute data

Ian Pace
Ian Pace Principal Associate

Taking stock of whistleblowing

Ali v Indian Cuisine Ltd is a case which was about a hidden ingredient: Knorr chicken stock cubes, and the restructuring of a top Mayfair restaurant.

Ben Daniel
Ben Daniel Partner

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