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Employment news roundup - May 2014 | Wright Hassall

Employment news roundup - May 2014 | Wright Hassall | UK Employment Law | Scoop.it
A roundup of the latest employment law developments including ACAS early conciliation, TUPE and zero hours contracts. (In the pipeline: Increase in number of zero hours contracts.
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A quarter of workers likely to ask for flexible working after June 30

A quarter of workers likely to ask for flexible working after June 30 | UK Employment Law | Scoop.it
Share this story: When the Government’s changes to flexible working legislation come into force on 30 June 2014, UK employers […] (RT @tempo_uk: UK employers could face a surge in flexi-working requests from employees @hrreview
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Personnel Today - Find HR news & your next human resources job on Personnel Today

Personnel Today - Find HR news & your next human resources job on Personnel Today | UK Employment Law | Scoop.it
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Limitation on claims in UK by employees working overseas - Lexology (registration)

Limitation on claims in UK by employees working overseas - Lexology (registration) | UK Employment Law | Scoop.it
Limitation on claims in UK by employees working overseas Lexology (registration) Employees working on ships wholly outside Great Britain and adjacent waters will only be in the scope of the Equality Act's protection if they are employed on a UK-...
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Statutory paternity leave and pay should "double to encourage take-up" - The Independent

Statutory paternity leave and pay should "double to encourage take-up" - The Independent | UK Employment Law | Scoop.it
The Independent Statutory paternity leave and pay should "double to encourage take-up" The Independent "[It] is often difficult for fathers because they have limited entitlements to paid leave, and so they often assume the role of breadwinner while...
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UK Employment Law Means Workers Have Rights | Barton Solicitors ...

Contract rights are those spelled out in a specific employer/employee contract that are either not addressed in the law or go above and beyond what the law provides. Statutory rights are those that have been codified in UK ...
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