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Put your little stone in the great mosaic

Published on 07 March 2018. By Kelly Thomson, Legal Director

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IWD is a day designed to galvanize such desire for change into real, sustainable action by people, by business and by government. And on Thursday 8th March many of us will pause for thought. In our reflections, one question will come up time and time again: what can I actually do to improve gender equality?

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Gender Pay Gap Reporting – are you ready?

27 April 2016

Hear Patrick Brodie and Kelly Thomson discuss the requirements on businesses to comply with Gender Pay Gap Reporting legislation.

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Publication

Some holiday pay reading

26 February 2016

A new decision on holiday pay and commission.

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Publication

Employment update, December 2015

09 February 2016

Implied terms: when can a term be implied into a contract?

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Publication

Employment update, November 2015

17 December 2015

Penalty clauses: what is the test where a clause is claimed to be unenforceable?

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Publication

Employment update, October 2015

23 November 2015

Whistleblowing: A dispute about terms of employment can be a matter of “public interest”

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Employment update, September 2015

07 October 2015

HR assistance in disciplinary procedures: how much is too much?

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Blog

Restrictive Covenant Clause Enforced Despite it Containing a Drafting Error

17 April 2014

The High Court has just handed down its judgment in the case of Prophet Plc v Huggett.

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Different Emails, Read Together, Can be a Qualifying Whistleblowing Disclosure

21 March 2014

In the case of Norbrook Laboratories (2B) Limited v Shaw the EAT considered whether emails sent to different recipients could be taken as a whole to amount to a qualifying disclosure for the purposes of a whistleblowing claim.

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British National Working Overseas Has No Right to Bring a Claim in the Employment Tribunals

07 February 2014

For employers who engage staff to work overseas, determining whether the can bring a claim in the Employment Tribunals is becoming increasing difficult.

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Collective Redundancy Consultation: Expiry of Fixed Term Contract Does Not Count Towards 20+ Headcount

Published on 07 February 2014. By Patrick Brodie, Partner

University College v University of Stirling [2014] CSIH 5.

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Report Card

28 January 2013

We're casting our critical eye over the Government's employment law proposals and writing its school report.

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Faith and Freedom

27 January 2013

In a debate that has lasted several years, one of my colleagues and I have been at odds on the case of Lillian Ladele, the Islington registrar who refused to conduct civil partnership ceremonies.

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