Welcome to ourDecember 2012edition of Employment Eye withthe latest onemployment law developments. In this issue we cover the following topics:The law of unintended consequences: TUPE service provision changesIf I've told you once, I've told you twice....a misconduct updateEmployment news round-up,December 2012
Welcome to our December 2012 edition of Employment Eye with the latest on employment law developments. In this issue we cover the following topics:
What happens if an outsourced contract expires and is brought
back in-house to be run as a skeleton service, pending a new
contractor being appointed to take over the outsourced contract?
Would this amount to a ‘service provision change’ under TUPE,
despite the fact that the client had never intended to run the
service itself? Sarah Lamont considers this question in the
light of a recent decision from the Employment Appeal Tribunal.
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John Moore reports on two recent decisions which provide useful, practical points on dealing with misconduct dismissals.
This month, the plums in our Christmas employment news pudding are: ‘law in a cold climate’ (dealing with severe weather related absence); next year’s statutory payment rates and limits; DH guidance on staff transfers; and an update on the review of the Public Sector Equality Duties. And Stop Press: government announcement on reduced redundancy consultation period. Sarah Maddock reports.
Heavy snow is forecast around the country over the weekend with up to 30 cm expected on higher ground. While this may bring...
The Fish Legal case has finally been concluded, with the Upper Tribunal ruling that the four water companies involved are indeed...