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‘Wake up call’ for private sector as museum guides declared workers by court

In a potentially ground breaking case, a group of museum art experts and educators have won the right to be recognised as workers in the first public sector case of its kind. It is just the latest in... Read full article

Worker denied rest breaks wins personal injury award

Employment Tribunals can now award personal injury damages to workers refused permission to take statutory rest breaks under the Working Time Regulations 1998. In the ground-breaking case of Grange v... Read full article

Equal Pay – the battle heats up

The pay gap between men and women is a hot topic, as Asda supermarket workers win a significant victory and a Morrisons group begins legal action. Four of the UK’s supermarket chains – Asda,... Read full article

Top tips: What you need to know before you sign a settlement agreement

Losing your job often goes hand in hand with being asked to sign a settlement agreement – a legally binding document recording your confirmation you won’t pursue a claim against your employer in... Read full article

More gender pay gap figures out soon

By 4 April 2019, all private and voluntary sector employers with 250 or more staff must once again publish their annual gender pay gap data. It’s the second year running that employers have been... Read full article
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