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Response to Taylor Review

Response to Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices

The Government has published its response to the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices.  TheView Article

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Celebrating 10 years of success

Scrase Employment Solicitors is 10! Many thanks to all of our clients and contacts whoView Article

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Scrase Employment Solicitors. We are 10
Whistleblowing

Personal motivation in whistleblowing claims

An employee has the right not to be subjected to any detriment on the groundView Article

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Non-renewal of a fixed-term contract can lead to an unfair dismissal

Ms D, a doctor, was employed on a series of fixed-term contracts.  She applied forView Article

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Non renewal of a fixed-term contract
Compensatory rest

Compensatory rest break must be uninterrupted

Under the Working Time Regulations (the Regulations) a worker is entitled to a rest breakView Article

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Discrimination because of a perceived disability

An employee can bring a claim of direct discrimination where they believe that they haveView Article

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Perceived disability discrimination
employment law developments

Christmas countdown – top five employment law developments of 2017

Every year we see a number of significant changes in employment law that affect employers,View Article

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Bypassing collective bargaining – the risk for employers

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has considered the first appeal in respect of claims that anView Article

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collective bargaining
GDPR

EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE – 23 JANUARY 2018

WITH MASTERCLASS ON GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (GDPR) FROM EMPLOYMENT LAW AND HR PERSPECTIVES. WITHView Article

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Data breach – employer’s liability for an employee’s wrongdoing

Employers can be liable for wrongdoing committed by an employee where there is a sufficientView Article

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data breach
confidential pre-termination

Improper behaviour? Confidential pre-termination discussions

Under S111A Employment Rights Act 1996, employers or employees can start confidential pre-termination discussions withView Article

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Giving a false reason for dismissal – a question of trust and confidence

There is an implied term in the contract of employment between the employer and employeeView Article

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trust and confidence

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