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Immigration refusal rates

Tamara Rundle

Figures show that in Quarter 1 of 2016, there were 418 entry clearance entrepreneur applications made with a 50% refusal rate.

Adekosan v Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Limited - can gross negligence justify dismissal without notice?

Naomi Greenwood

Usually when an employee’s employment is terminated, the appropriate amount of notice must be given by the employer. The Employment Rights Act 1996 sets out the minimum amount of notice that must be given while an employee’s contract could also stipulate that a greater amount of notice must be provided.

Pimlico Plumbers & Anor v Smith – when is a plumber a worker?

Katherine Maxwell

Determining ‘worker’ status has been a major focus in the world of employment law recently, with several high-profile cases considering the issue.

Septic tanks a dirty word

Kerry Dovey

When you are marvelling in the peace and tranquillity of having bought a home in the countryside, you are unlikely to find yourself in your new garden, enjoying the spring blossoms whilst considering the subject of sewage.  Although a dirty word, come 2020, ‘sewage’ will be at the forefront of the minds of most sellers and buyers of rural property.

Apprenticeship levy – Are you prepared?

Stephanie Bowen

As you may have seen in the media recently, despite Brexit, the new apprenticeship levy is still expected to come into force on 6 April 2017. 

Tribunal fees report – the introduction of Employment Tribunal fees has ‘broadly met its objectives’ the government concludes

Naomi Greenwood

Employment tribunal fees were introduced by the government in July 2013. They range from £390 for a claim for unpaid wages, to £1,200 for unfair dismissal. Official statistics show that in the year after their introduction, the number of claims brought had fallen by approximately 70%. 

Cuts to care

Paula Barnes

The recent case of Luke Davey has dealt a real blow to those living with disability in receipt of a Care package funded by the Local Authority to which cuts are made who may be contemplating a legal challenge.

New compensation limits published for April 2017

Emma Edis

Coming into force on 6 April 2017, the government has published the Employment Rights (Increase of Limits) Order 2017 which increases compensation limits for employees in various situations. 

Gender Pay Reporting - A summary of the reporting guidelines and pay calculations

Katherine Maxwell

A summary of the reporting guidelines and pay calculations

Do you operate a holiday year from 1st April – 31st March – If so watch out!

Stephanie Bowen

Attention employers! Due to the way that the Easter bank holidays fall this and next year, it is anticipated that some employees’ holiday rights may be breached next year. 

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