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One person's word against another in disciplinary investigations

Labour & Employment

“He said, she said”: one person's word against another in disciplinary investigations

Recent caselaw sheds light on how to investigate allegations which pit one person's word against another's.

13 December 2016

Rest breaks and the long hours culture: what must employers do?

EAT confirms that employers have positive duty to arrange for employees' rest breaks.

12 December 2016

Employment aspects of the Autumn Statement

The Autumn Statement 2016: key points for employers.

12 December 2016
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Gender Pay Gap Reporting arrives early - but questions remain

Gender Pay Gap Reporting arrives early - but questions remain.

09 December 2016
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Equal Pay – can store workers compare themselves with depot staff for equal pay?

Equal pay and the Asda decision: King & Wood Mallesons case update

09 November 2016
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The Disability Gap: government consults on employers' role in keeping disabled people at work

Government consultation and green paper on recruitment and retention of disabled people: King & Wood Mallesons update

08 November 2016
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The discretionary disappearing trick: when bonus clauses are not what they seem

Legal issues on exercise of bonus clauses: a King & Wood Mallesons caselaw update

08 November 2016
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Uber taxi drivers are “workers”, not self-employed contractors

Employment status and the Uber case: King & Wood Mallesons update

08 November 2016
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How much of a claim must have been first conciliated?

When can employers challenge claims in the Employment Tribunal for failure to carry out early conciliation: King & Wood Mallesons report

11 October 2016
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Commission and holiday pay: Court of Appeal uphold EAT decision

The Court of Appeal rule in Lock v British Gas holiday pay case: King & Wood Mallesons update

10 October 2016
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Employers’ obligations to breastfeeding mothers: case update

Breastfeeding mothers succeed in indirect discrimination claim against their employer: King & Wood Mallesons report

10 October 2016

Whistleblowing in UK branches of overseas banks – the duty to inform

PRA and FCA consult on whistleblowing rules for UK branches of overseas banks

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