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Monthly Archives: July 2016

Internships – considerations for organisations

Legal Status Employee, worker, volunteer or something else? The legal status of an intern may not be clear-cut. However, this is an important consideration for any organisation and should be …

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The Acas Code of Practice recent rulings

The Code The Acas Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures (“the Code”) sets out principles for handling disciplinary and grievance situations in the workplace. It is intended to help …

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Knowledge of protected disclosure

Background Ms Jhuti was employed by Royal Mail from September 2013 until she was dismissed in October 2014. Soon after joining Royal Mail, Ms Jhuti reported to her line manager …

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Brexit implications on immigration

There are approximately 2.2 million European Economic Area (EEA) nationals resident in the UK. The freedom of movement allows EEA nationals to move freely across the EU member borders as …

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Demotion and constructive dismissal

Background Mr Gibbs was assistant manager at Leeds United Football Club (“the Club”) and had signed a three year fixed-term contract. Part way through the fixed term, Mr Gibbs had …

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