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- 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
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- Does an employer need to extend any enhanced maternity pay entitlement to employees on shared parental leave?
- If a tribunal claim is out of time when referred to Acas for early conciliation, will the deadline still be extended?
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- 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?
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Information on the important changes being made to TUPE during 2014.
Employment law reform
- Workers on call do not need to be at the workplace to be "working" (EAT)
- Employment news round-up for week to 31 July 2014
- Employee resigning in repudiatory breach held to notice period without pay (High Court)
- Illegal worker had right to bring discrimination claim (Supreme Court)
- TUPE: micro-businesses able to inform and consult with employees directly
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