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The HSC has just published a Consultative Document
for a Code entitled Health and Safety Responsibilities of
Directors. This is intended to be 'guidance',...
The limits applicable to certain awards of
Employment Tribunals will rise from 1st February 2001 under the new
index-linked formula. Most significantly...
The Court of Appeal has confirmed jail sentences of
21 and 12 months for an employee and a manager convicted of
respectively 7 and 2 charges of indecent...
The House of Lords has finally given its judgment
in Halfpenny -v- IGE Medical Systems Limited, a case concerning the
right to return to work from maternity...
The Government's new Green Paper, "Work and
Parents: Competitiveness and Choice", has met a hostile reception
from employers' bodies and a mass of press...
The Government has just announced 8 proposals to
speed up and simplify equal pay claims in Employment Tribunals.
Equal pay claims are notoriously slow...
The business implications of the Human Rights Act on employment.
One of the hot issues in employment law at the
moment is the balance between an employer's desire/need to monitor
the use its employees make of its telephone,...
1.The need for Reform
There can be no doubt that common law involuntary
manslaughter has developed in an unsatisfactory way and would
benefit from codification....
A High Court decision this week has confirmed that
where bonuses are to be discretionary an employer must exercise
that discretion without irrationality...
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