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Latest articles from Irwin Mitchel LLP
Will employers be compelled to advertise all jobs as flexible?

This week, MP Helen Whately introduced a bill which, if approved by Parliament, will make flexible working the norm and mean that employers will have

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English Law on the World Stage: Why London is still forum of choice for international litigants.

Despite the current political uncertainty, the English Courts continue to see high levels of international and cross-border litigation, as

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Government consults on new sick pay scheme that could benefit two million low paid workers

The government has launched a public consultation on a range of measures to reduce ill health-related job losses. Proposals include: Introducing a

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Snippets of HR news: voluntary overtime, NMW - naming and shaming suspended, modern slavery compliance statements and new job security scheme for casual staff.

Last year, we reported the case of Flowers v East of England Ambulance Trust, where the EAT ruled that NHS staff employed under the 'Agenda for

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Three reasons for including 'covert recordings' in your list of behaviours likely to amount to gross misconduct

Imagine the scene. You've dismissed someone and they bring an unfair dismissal claim. During that process you find out they've secretly recorded an

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Good news for employers: Supreme Court applies 'blue pencil' to rescue an otherwise unenforceable restrictive covenant

Many organisations incorporate restrictive covenants in their employees' terms and conditions of employment to prevent them from taking business or

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10 top tips for avoiding employment tribunal claims

Employment laws generate a lot comment and it is unsurprising that businesses are often confused about what they can and cannot do with regard to

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News in Brief June 2019 - NLW may increase to £9.61 next year; scheme encouraging employers to offer jobs to offenders; Bill to improve redundancy protection for pregnant women and mothers; and increase in numbers of workers not receiving the NMW

The Court of Appeal has handed down its judgment in the cases of Ali v Capita and Hextall v Chief Constable of Leicestershire Police. Organisations

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Who is to pay petition costs following settlement of petition debt?

In the recent case of Reliance Wholesale Ltd v AM2PM Feltham Ltd, the High Court provided some much needed guidance and clarification as to how the

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Is your contract’s bark louder than its bite? When and how to use liquidated damages

Since the Supreme Court issued its joint judgement for Cavendish Square Holding B.V. V Talal El Makdessi (El Makdessi) and Parking Eye Limited v

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Northern Ireland: Court of Appeal rule that holiday pay claims can go back to 1998

A decision of the NI Court of Appeal in Chief Constable of the Police Service of NI and others v Agnew will cause those employers who still aren't

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Section 127 Claims - the liquidators win again.

The recent case of Dingley and others v Nisa Retail Ltd (Re MKG Convenience Ltd (in liquidation)) 2019 EWHC 1383 (Ch) demonstrates three

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Decision awarding trade union members over £400K reversed by Court of Appeal

Today the Court of Appeal in Kostal UK Ltd v Dunkley and Others held that trade unions with collective bargaining rights cannot prevent employers

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Court of Appeal confirms voluntary overtime must be included in holiday pay

Last year, we reported the case of Flowers v East of England Ambulance Trust, where the EAT ruled that NHS staff employed under the 'Agenda for

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Government must substantially increase compensation to deter employers from covering up discrimination

The House of Commons’ Women and Equalities Committee has today published its report into the use of non-disclosure agreements in some discrimination

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Has the government quietly dropped naming and shaming employers underpaying NMW?

The Low Pay Commission recently published its second NMW non-compliance and enforcement report, which revealed that the number of people paid less

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A key employee has been selected for jury service - can you say no?

Do employees have a legal right to take time off work to sit on a jury? No, but they are protected if they are dismissed or otherwise subjected to a

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Employee awarded over £16k for injury to their feelings after 'one off' act of discrimination

In the case of Base Childrenswear Ltd v Otshudi, the EAT made it clear that employers can face substantial 'injury to feelings' awards, even if the

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What would you do if an employee tweeted that royal baby picture?

Social media is part of our culture. We spend far too long glued to our phones, checking out who said what to whom and, sometimes, piling it on

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If the world ends, am I still liable? Force majeure in a time of uncertainty

With the world becoming more unstable, and the level of political and economic uncertainty in the UK rising, force majeure clauses are becoming

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