Monthly Archives: May 2012

Tribunal Tales – To Pay or Not to Pay?

Mr Knowles was employed as an energy purchasing manager with Kent County Council. In January 2011, the Council received information from the police that he had been acting fraudulently in the course of his work for the Council and had been misappropriating money. Mr Knowles was arrested at work on […]

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Legal Issues – Employment Law Changes Announced in the Queen’s Speech

Our monthly look at employment law changes and developments A number of prospective employment law changes were announced in the Queen’s Speech last week. Firstly, the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill will when enacted make changes in the area of the employment tribunal system and dispute resolution generally. Many of […]

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Ask the Expert – Without Prejudice Discussions

I am considering having a without prejudice discussion with one of my underperforming employees to see if she is willing to leave my business for an agreed sum of money. Do you see any issues with this? The first thing to realise is that the purpose of the without prejudice […]

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