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- Employment and Employee Benefits Multi-jurisdictional Guide
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- How should holiday pay for carried over holiday be calculated in light of Bear Scotland?
- Is evidence required for a deposit and strike out application?
- What changes have you made to your standard contracts of employment in the light of the EAT's decision in Bear Scotland?
- Does shared parental pay have to be taken in the first 39 weeks after birth?
- Does an employer need to use an ET3 to submit a counterclaim?
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See our note on Bear Scotland, Lock and the other key cases.
Employment law reform
- Regulations introduce two-year limitation period for retrospective holiday pay and other wages claims
- Section 78 of the Equality Act 2010: Private Members' Bill seeks regulations for pay transparency
- European Commission 2015 Work Programme: employment
- High Court dismisses second judicial review challenge to employment tribunal fees
- BIS publishes online calculator for maternity, paternity and shared parental leave
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