- May 26, 2017
Employment highlights: May 2017
General Election 2017. We published a new practice note examining the manifestos from the Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat parties and their implications for employment law. The General Election will be held on 8 June 2017. Practical Law’s General Election 2017 landing page contains materials summarising the implications of the manifestos, policy statements and pledges … Continue reading Employment highlights: May 2017 →
- February 27, 2017
Employment tribunal online database: a further disincentive to claim?
It is not uncommon for a new claimant client to ask their adviser about the risk of a future employer finding out that they have brought a claim. Previously, the adviser has been able to largely reassure the client that the risk was minimal in most cases. However, the situation is now very different and … Continue reading Employment tribunal online database: a further disincentive to claim? →
- October 5, 2016
Employment tribunal limitation dates: isn’t it time for a re-think?
All employment practitioners are well aware that there is a very narrow window of time for an employee to present an employment tribunal claim. In most cases, it needs to be in within three months of the event complained of, subject to the relatively short extension afforded by participation in Acas early conciliation and the … Continue reading Employment tribunal limitation dates: isn’t it time for a re-think? →