- Practice notes
- Standard documents and drafting notes
- Current rates and limits
- Redundancy ready reckoner
- Books online for employment professionals
- Employee Share Plans Global Guide
- Employment and Employee Benefits Global Guide
About this practice area
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- Can a court reduce the scope of an unreasonable covenant so that it becomes reasonable?
- Is an employer able to start a redundancy consultation for one employee in advance of the other employees who are at risk of redundancy?
- Can an employer send an occupational health report to its solicitors for advice if the employee does not consent?
- Where an employer approaches an employee with a job offer, can it seek a reference from the current employer without the employee's consent?
- Can an employer continue with disciplinary proceedings and dismiss an employee even after he has resigned?
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Littleton and Devereux Chambers provides practical tips and advice from recent experiences in the employment tribunals.
Employment law reform
- PLC Magazine September 2015: employment-related items
- Employment news round-up for week to 27 August 2015
- Tribunal fees: Unison's challenge to employment tribunal fees dismissed (Court of Appeal)
- HMRC rewrites employee travel tax and NICs guide (490)
- Staples (PO-6463): ill-health early retirement: decision-makers failed to consider timescale for treatment options
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