- EMPLOYMENT LAW TIMETABLE. // Personnel Today;6/24/2008, p11
The article presents information on various employment laws to be implemented in Great Britain in the coming years. From October 1, 2008, new minimum wage rates will come into effect. From October 2009, centralised vetting system for people working with children and vulnerable adults will come...
- EMPLOYMENT: Chop suey. // Fund Strategy;5/31/2011, p29
The article focuses on clarification to be struck by employers when making redundancy selections brought by the decision of the Great Britain Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) in Eversheds Legal Services Ltd v. De Belin in April 2011. The two employees involving a male associate and a female...
- EMPLOYMENT LAW TIMETABLE. // Personnel Today;5/6/2008, p11
The article offers information on the dates for the implementation of various employment laws in Great Britain. The National minimum wage increases will come in effect on October 1, 2008. The statutory entitlement to paid holiday increases from 24 days to 28 days from April 1, 2009. The...
- Brussels gets in the family way. Carp, Juliet // Employers Law;Nov2008, p14
The article reports on the plan of the European Commission to issue a new directive on family rights. It is noted that the plan could have significant ramifications for British employers. The planned directive includes changes to maternity and paternity rights, and rights relating to care for...
- facts and figures. // Employers Law;Jul/Aug2011, p26
Several tables related to employment laws in Great Britain are presented including qualifying period for redundancy pay, statutory minimum notice required for an employer, and qualifying period and rate for statutory maternity pay and statutory adoption pay.
- EMPLOYMENT LAW TIMETABLE. // Employers Law;Jul/Aug2008, p9
The article presents a timetable for changes in employment law in Great Britain occurring in October 2008 and April 2009. It notes that minimum wage rates would experience an increase come October 1. Amendments to the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 effective October 5 will narrow the extent to...
- EMPLOYMENT LAW TIMETABLE. // Personnel Today;4/29/2008, p11
The article presents information on some labor laws that will be implemented in the immediate future in Great Britain. Centralised vetting system for people working with children and vulnerable adults comes into force in 2008. The statutory entitlement to paid holiday increases from 24 days to...
- facts and figures. // Employers Law;Mar2011, p26
Several charts showing facts and figures about the legal aspects of employment in Great Britain are presented, including unfair dismissal, statutory maternity, and parental leave.
- NOW LIVE. // Employers Law;May2009, p17
The article presents questions and answers related to labor laws in Great Britain, such as can an employee refuse Transfer of Undertakings Protection of Employment (TUPE) transfers, resignation while on maternity leave and disciplinary without leave of absence.