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The Employment Rights Act 1996, section 98 (4) (ERA) sets out the statutory fairness test that an Employment Tribunal must apply when determining whether a dismissal was fair.

The Employment Rights Act 1996, section 98 (4) (ERA) sets out the statutory fairness test that an Employment Tribunal must apply when determining whether a dismissal was fair.

The Employment Rights Act 1996, section 98 (4) (ERA) sets out the statutory fairness test that an Employment Tribunal must apply when determining whether a dismissal was fair.

The GLOBAL BUSINESS MOBILITY VISA (11 April 2022) provides an individual with the option of five different routes in which they can apply to work in the UK under this scheme:

New Legislation now in force The Personal Protective Equipment Regulations 2022  have come into force, amending the original Regulations which came into effect back in 1992. Under these amended Regulations, it now means that responsibilities on employers and employees will extend to limb (b) workers as set out and defined within

This month is stress awareness month; it is an awareness campaign that has been running since 1992. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) defines work related stress as “the adverse reaction people have to excessive pressures or other demands placed on them”. We know from the latest research in the HSE annual

We asked our Area Directors to tell us a little of how they are working with their clients. 1. Which are the factors that employees consider these days when accepting or not a job offer? Are salaries as important as before?Salary is a necessity, a hygiene factor, especially with rising costs

HR COVID-19 UPDATE – FEBRUARY 2022 The government appears to have accepted that we are still in the pandemic phase of the virus. Its new guidance COVID-19 response: Living with COVID (published on 21 February) talks of responding to the virus in a similar way to other existing respiratory illnesses ‘once’ we reach

Court of Appeal overrules lower courts in Smith vs. Pimlico Plumbers The Court of Appeal has ruled on the long-running Smith vs Pimlico Plumbers case and overturned the decisions in lower courts to force Pimlico Plumbers to compensate Smith for previously unpaid annual leave. This is reported to amount to nearly