An employment tribunal has held that an employee who made derogatory comments on social media was neither unfairly nor wrongfully dismissed.

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New businesses which start up from October will have instant auto enrolment pension duties once they take on a member of staff. This means that they will need to put pension plans in place alongside all the usual tasks associated…

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The Office of National Statistics has identified the jobs with the highest risk of suicide.

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Airline cabin crew habitually carried out their work in Belgium despite the fact that a jurisdiction clause in their contracts stated that their place of work was in Ireland, is the opinion of an Advocate General.

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that a job applicant with Asperger’s syndrome suffered disability discrimination by virtue of having to undergo a multiple choice test.

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The Court of Appeal has held that the revised scheme for disclosure of criminal records requires further refinement for it to be in accordance with the law and not in violation of an individual’s right to a private life.

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has heard appeals relating to 3 cases where the question was whether sleep-in workers who have to carry out duties if required, engage in ‘time work’ for the full duration of the sleep-in shift or whether they…

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Employees often advertise jobs requiring applicants to have a certain number of GCSEs at grade C or above. The current grading system is, however, set to change this summer with new GCSE grades being introduced.

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