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Law Torque newsletter – July 2017

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Who’s gig is it anyway?

There’s been a lot of press coverage about the Taylor Review on modern employment practices which delivered its recommendations earlier this week.  We’ll have to wait and see…

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The meaning of ‘public interest’ in a whistleblowing context: more than just a numbers game

In June 2013 the whistleblowing provisions of the Employment Rights Act 1996 were amended to introduce a new requirement for a disclosure to be made in the public…

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Law Torque newsletter – June 2017

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Is it discriminatory not to pay full salary to an employee on Shared Parental Leave?

Well it can be according to a recent Employment Tribunal decision. In the case of Ali v Capita Customer Management, the Leeds Employment Tribunal decided that Mr Ali…

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How to build a statutory excuse to illegal working and avoid costly mistakes

With immigration high on the political agenda, it is more important than ever that UK employers, of all sizes, are up to date with their right to work…

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Law Torque newsletter – May 2017

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Quick dismissals: When is it right to throw the rule book out of the window?

You may have never thought you’d hear the time that a lawyer told you to ignore the rules … but the team at Torque Law believe that, sometimes,…

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Don’t get caught out napping: Are you paying the right amount for workers who sleep at work?

If you employ staff to be ‘on call’ overnight or have drivers who travel overnight, then you need to have regard to two recent developments which could potentially…

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Law Torque newsletter – April 2017

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