The European Court of Justice has held that use of zero hours contracts for young workers with automatic dismissal at age 25 was not unlawful age discrimination.

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The Court of Appeal has held that advantageous treatment, in a case where disability discrimination was claimed, was not unfavourable.

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The Court of Appeal has considered for the first time the meaning of the public interest test in the whistleblowing legislation.

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The Employment Appeal tribunal has held that a tribunal was entitled to conclude that the collective consultation obligations were breached when an employer made a number of redundancies.

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Acas has published guidance to help employers manage workplace challenges due to the hot weather.

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A weekly rest period may be granted on any day in the reference period, is the opinion of an Advocate General.

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The European Court of Justice has held that employees will transfer under the Acquired Rights Directive following a pre-pack sale aimed at rescuing all or part of an insolvent business as a going concern.

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