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Blake Morgan's Employment Law Newsletter

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Blake Morgan's Autumn newsletter keeps you informed of the latest developments in Employment Law. More …

The Budget is coming – possible changes to tax treatment for pension contributions

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This year's Budget will take place on 29 October and there is the usual speculation that the Chancellor will make changes to the tax relief available on pension contributions but other changes to pensions may be announced as well. More …

Unlimited holidays – employment utopia or career suicide?

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No cap on holiday entitlement is increasingly a perk being offered by employers, including Netflix and Virgin. Is giving employees the freedom to decide how much holiday they need every employee's dream, or could the taking of annual leave damage careers? More …

New Acas Guidance on overtime rights

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Associate Vicky Schollar comments in People Management on the new Acas Guidance on overtime rights and the implications of overtime when calculating holiday pay. More …

Care needed when using technology in recruitment

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Associate Holly Cudbill comments in People Management on the potential risks of digital recruitment methods and in particular, the use of "kill questions" which, depending on the answer given, prevent applications from proceeding. More …

What have recent legal cases revealed about employment status?

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Partner Matthew Smith discusses if it matters if someone is called an ’employee’ or a ‘worker’ or ‘self-employed’ in Employee Benefits. More …

When can there be a deemed acceptance of changes to terms and conditions?

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A recent case demonstrates the risks of an employer relying on employees' silence to indicate an acceptance of changes to terms and conditions. More …

Blake Morgan's Employment Newsletter

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Blake Morgan's Summer newsletter keeps you informed of the latest developments in Employment Law. More …

Are businesses obliged to enhance shared parental leave pay?

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Two recent EAT cases consider whether it is discriminatory to enhance Maternity Pay but not enhance Shared Parental Pay. More …

New ACAS guidance published

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ACAS has extensive guidance and resources on its website and it has recently published some new and updated guidance on a number of topical issues such as religion or belief in the workplace and suspension from work. More …