Employment Bulletin News

Gender pay gap widens further in the public sector
The public sector has been unsuccessful in closing its gender pay gap this year. According to latest figures, women within
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Former employee in ‘gig’ economy case loses his claim for £74,000 in holiday pay
A heating engineer who won a claim against Pimlico Plumbers at the Supreme Court, establishing he was a worker and
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Five employment law changes to look out for this April
April is set to bring with it a fresh batch of employment law developments that employers must be aware of,
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Employers can be liable for an employee’s activity online
The Court of Appeal have confirmed that Morrison Supermarkets plc is liable for the actions of a disgruntled employee who
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York Brewery fined over £39,000.00 for health and safety breaches
York Brewery has been ordered to pay a fine of £39,480.00 following an incident where a man sustained life-changing injuries
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Pay your data protection fee or risk a fine up to 10 times the amount
The ICO has issued its first fines for not paying the data protection fee to organisations across a range of
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More rights to carry over holidays
In a new case from the European Court of Justice, a worker who has not taken all their paid annual
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More self-employed drivers classed as workers giving them further rights
Addison Lee v Lange & Others is the latest in a series of cases where the Employment Appeal Tribunal is
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Drastic increase in claims made to the Employment Tribunal
Latest statistics from the Ministry of Justice show a 165% increase in single claims and a 344% increase in multiple
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Construction firm fined £1.25 million after gas leaks
A subsidiary of UK housing contractor Willmott Dixon has been ordered to pay close to £1.5 million in fines and
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