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Monthly Archives: July 2018

Autumn Series 2018 – Aberdeen – Employment Law Update

Thursday 13th September 2018 Skene House Rosemount Suites 96 Rosemount Viaduct Aberdeen AB25 1NX Timings 12.00pm Registration & Lunch 12.30pm Presentation 1.30pm  Questions 1.45pm  Coffee & Networking 2.30pm  Close Content The seminar will look at the following issues: Absence management: What a good absence policy looks like (reporting, evidence, sick […]

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Autumn Series 2018 – Glasgow – Employment Law Update

Thursday 20th September 2018 Blythswood Square 11 Blythswood Square Glasgow Timings 8.00am  Registration & Breakfast 8.30am  Presentation 9.30am  Questions 9.45am  Coffee & Networking 10.30am Close Content The seminar will look at the following issues: Absence management: What a good absence policy looks like (reporting, evidence, sick pay). Informal (RTWs) and […]

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Autumn Series 2018 – Edinburgh – Employment Law Update

Tuesday 25th September 2018 Hilton Edinburgh Grosvenor Grosvenor Street Haymarket Edinburgh EH12 5EF Timings 8.00am  Registration & Breakfast 8.30am  Presentation 9.30am  Questions 9.45am  Coffee & Networking 10.30am Close Content The seminar will look at the following issues: Absence management: What a good absence policy looks like (reporting, evidence, sick pay). […]

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Autumn Series 2018 – Stirling – Employment Law Update

Tuesday 2nd October 2018   Stirling Court Hotel  University of Stirling Stirling FK9 4LA Timings 12.00pm Registration & Lunch 12.30pm Presentation 1.30pm  Questions 1.45pm  Coffee & Networking 2.30pm  Close Content The seminar will look at the following issues: Absence management: What a good absence policy looks like (reporting, evidence, sick […]

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Legal Issues – ‘Sleep-in’ shifts and the national minimum wage

At a basic level, legislation in relation to the national minimum wage (NMW) is relatively straightforward: workers must be paid at the correct minimum rate for each hour that they work, depending on their age (or year of apprenticeship). However, questions can arise where it is not clear whether a […]

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Tribunal Tale – Really Easy Car Credit Limited v Thompson

Background Employees who are pregnant or on maternity leave have a number of protections under employment law. One of the most basic is that it is unlawful to dismiss an employee where the reason (or primary reason) for doing so is that she is pregnant. Not only could that decision […]

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Tribunal Tale – Afzal v East London Pizza Limited t/a Dominos Pizza

Background It is (we hope) common knowledge that individuals must be eligible to work in the UK before they can be employed, and that employers must take steps to satisfy themselves of such eligibility in order to have a statutory defence to any issues raised in relation to immigration compliance. […]

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