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- Current rates and limits
- Redundancy ready reckoner
- Books online for employment professionals
- Employee Share Plans Multi-jurisdictional Guide
- Employment and Employee Benefits Multi-jurisdictional Guide
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- How is future loss calculated when employment has not ended by the time of a remedy hearing?
- Where an employer appeals against a notice of underpayment in the employment tribunal, is payment of the penalty stayed pending the outcome of the appeal?
- Agency workers regulations 2010: when do the anti-avoidance provisions apply?
- How should we approach a change in location on an outsourcing to which TUPE applies?
- Should an HR1 form be submitted to the Redundancy Payments Service notifying of 20 or more redundancies spread over different sites?
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Information on the important changes being made to TUPE during 2014.
Employment law reform
- Shared parental leave and pay: draft regulations published for consultation
- Discrimination questionnaires abolished from 6 April 2014
- Part-time judge pension entitlement only accrues from April 2000 (EAT)
- Posting of workers: COREPER endorses compromise agreement on Posted Workers Enforcement Directive
- Employment news round-up for week to 6 March 2014
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