- Practice notes
- Standard documents and drafting notes
- 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
About this practice area
Ask questions, browse answers and share your knowledge. Read our scope and rules.
- Could claims for statutory holiday pay be brought in the civil courts?
- How should an employer deal with an employee's attempt to expand on their original grievance at the appeal stage?
- 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?
The In-House Employment Lawyers Network provides training, networking and knowledge sharing for lawyers working in-house.
Follow Practical Law Employment on Twitter.
Information on the important changes being made to TUPE during 2014.
Employment law reform
- National minimum wage: consultation on draft consolidated regulations
- Shared parental leave: draft Regulations laid before Parliament
- Contractual disciplinary procedure did not allow for increased sanction on appeal (CA)
- PLC Magazine August 2014: employment-related items
- Freedom of Information Act cannot be used to obtain details of respondents to employment tribunal claims (Upper Tribunal)
Let our trainers guide you through key features and functionality on our website to help you get the most from your subscription. Free for subscribers.
Try out our newly enhanced automated drafting tool FastDraft. Improvements include a more intuitive look and feel, easier searching and even faster drafting.