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Helen Dent, a trainee in the family team, gives her analysis of the recent judgement of Mills v Mills handed down by the Supreme Court.
Are sleep-in workers entitled to the minimum wage for time spent sleeping?
Effect of a successful appeal on dismissal.
Did a five-month break in services prevent a transfer of undertaking from occurring?
Will workers continue to enjoy rights granted under EU law?
Catherine Whitaker looks at seven “hidden dangers” in will drafting that, if ignored, undermine the intention and scope of your will and undermine the well-being and financial security of loved ones.
Supreme Court dismisses appeal in key worker status case.
Acas aim to reduce risk of foul play in overtime.
What to do when sunny days or a World Cup haze sees employee attendance plummet.
Take care in establishing an employee’s right to work.
With the school holidays around the corner, Helen Dent, a trainee in the Family team has put together this short guide for separated parents on taking their child on holiday abroad.
Can a series of minor offences justify summary dismissal without warning?
Jackie Denham clarifies when an employee can rely on a breach they had previously waived.
Christian Meredith explores whether misconduct needs to be ‘gross’ to justify dismissal.
Why silence is not always golden when changing terms of employment.
Total of 157 pages