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- Current rates and limits
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- Books online for employment professionals
- Employee Share Plans Multi-jurisdictional Guide
- Employment and Employee Benefits Multi-jurisdictional Guide
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- Is there an equivalent to CPR 31.14 (specifically, the requirement to disclose a document mentioned in a statement of case) in the Employment Tribunal Rules?
- Will TUPE apply where a business sells one of its stores to a franchisee?
- Will an employer always be penalised for not investigating a grievance raised during disciplinary proceedings?
- Does TUPE apply when a company changes its name?
- Can an employer vary the timing of an employee's ordinary paternity leave?
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Information on the important changes being made to TUPE during 2014.
Employment law reform
- Court grants order for imaging and inspection of ex-employees computers
- High Court: IBM in breach of duty of good faith
- DWP can recover benefit overpayments by instructing employers to make deductions
- Employment news round-up for week to 10 April 2014
- Increasing the civil penalty for illegally employing an immigrant
Practical guidance to help you deal with the changes.
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