It is vital that all charity trustees and senior managers within charities know and understand the role, duties and responsibilities of trustees.
Be prepared - Immigration Skills Charge coming into force 6th April 2017
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has considered whether a tribunal was correct to find that an employee with type 2 diabetes was not disabled under the provisions of the Equality Act 2010.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has considered whether two employees were dismissed for redundancy, when they refused to comply with a contractual mobility clause.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has upheld a decision that an employer’s refusal to grant an employee five weeks of consecutive holiday did not amount to discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief.
The Supreme Court unanimously held that the minimum income requirement (MIR) is acceptable in principle but that the Immigration Rules and the Caseworkers Instructions unlawfully fail to take proper account of the duty towards children.
Online Tribunal judgments, new rates of National Minimum wage, new guidance on gender pay gap reporting and more are covered in this month's Quick Fire!
The Court of Appeal has handed down its decision in the case of Pimlico Plumbers Ltd & Anor v Smith
In a further case from the Court of Appeal relating to maintenance, the court has ordered that a husband should increase the monthly payment to his ex-wife, 15 years after separation
The Charity Commission, Fundraising Regulator and Information Commissioner’s Office – will be holding a free conference aimed at charity trustees
Last week’s Housing White Paper promised to turn around the housing market. This briefing focuses on the planning aspects of the White Paper, identifying what is likely to change first, and how you can prepare for it.
It seems unlikely doesn’t it? Nonetheless tucked away amongst the 105 pages of the ‘Fixing our broken housing market’ White Paper was a quick dig (and some suggested reform) of the Land Registry.
The Court of Appeal has today handed down its decision in the case of Pimlico Plumbers Ltd & Anor v Smith, in which Pimlico Plumbers (PP) was appealing against the decisions of both the employment tribunal and the EAT that Mr Smith was a ‘worker’ rather than being self-employed.
As viewers of last night’s episode of EastEnders have learnt, breaching the terms of your licence conditions can have devastating effects: both on your business and on the individuals concerned.
Currently a party to a civil claim who has paid a hearing fee can claim a refund of that fee. However, cases listed for trial after 6 March 2017 will not carry the same entitlement to a refund of the hearing fee.
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