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- Employment and Employee Benefits Multi-jurisdictional Guide
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- Are there steps an employer needs to take when an employee discloses HIV status?
- An employee is working in a trial period after being made redundant. What happens if the trial role is now at risk of redundancy?
- Will a father be able to take shared parental leave while the mother is still on maternity leave?
- Can a consultant enter into a settlement agreement waiving potential claims they would have if deemed an employee?
- Can an employee who has resigned but has missed the time limit for bringing an unfair dismissal claim bring a claim for breach of the implied term of trust and confidence in the civil courts?
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Information on the important changes being made to TUPE during 2014.
Employment law reform
- Severe obesity may be a disability (Advocate General's opinion)
- Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Bill: request for written evidence
- Employment news round-up for week to 17 July 2014
- New notes on PRA and FCA Remuneration Codes
- Consultant's letter advising the outcome of a grievance could bind employer to higher pay (EAT)
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