Shared Parental Leave : Episode 12

December 4, 2014 by joe

Shared Parental Leave In this episode #12 of the Podcast I discuss the changes that became law on the 1st December 2014 in respect of the new rights to shared parental leave.  The changes will effect all employers and you could be receiving notices of shared parental leave from as early as January 2015 for children due […]

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Disciplinary procedures: Episode 11

November 20, 2014 by joe

  The problem with getting Disciplinary procedures wrong In this episode of the Podcast I give you a summary of a recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case within which the issue of procedural irregularities with a disciplinary procedure were discussed. In this case the employee Mrs Old was dismissed in a career ending decision by her […]

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How much should I pay during holidays?

November 6, 2014 by joe

Following the recent Employment Appeal Decision: How much do I have to pay employees on holiday? Following the news this week you may be scratching your head and asking yourself how much should I pay during holidays to employees? This episode of the podcast deals with this question. If you are an employer your attention […]

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Unfair Dismissal Compensation: Deductions

October 21, 2014 by joe

Compensation & Deductions  In this episode 9 of the HR & Employment Law Podcast I bring you a summary of a recent Employment Appeal Tribunal Case, Contract Bottlling Ltd v Cave and McNaughton. In which the Appeal Tribunal gave a very helpful judgement on the way in which deductions from unfair dismissal compensation should be […]

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What should be included on Wage slips? : Episode 8

October 9, 2014 by joe

  In this episode 8 of the HR & Employment Law Podcast I bring you a summary of a recent Employment Appeal Tribunal Case, Mr Ridge v HM Land Registry. In which Mr Ridge pursued a claim against the Land Registry for their failure to include itemised details of deductions from his wages on his […]

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The right to take time off for Antenatal Appointments: Episode 7

September 25, 2014 by joe

Time off to attend up to two antenatal appointments with a pregnant woman From the 1st October 2014 eligible employees and agency workers will be able to take unpaid time off work to accompany a pregnant woman to two antenatal appointments, and there will also be a protection from suffering a detriment or being dismissed […]

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