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|1 Oct 2009||In Brief - Gender Pay Reporting||David Cubitt, Osborne Clarke|
|1 Oct 2009||In Brief - Finance Has Highest Pay Gap||David Cubitt, Osborne Clarke|
|1 Oct 2009||In Brief - Whistleblowing Claims||David Cubitt, Osborne Clarke|
|1 Oct 2009||In Brief - Disability Hurdle Lowered||David Cubitt, Osborne Clarke||The meaning of 'likely' has been changed from 'more probable than not' to 'could well happen' in a landmark case with far-reaching consequences|
|1 Jan 2010||Agency Workers to Prosper||David Cubitt, Osborne Clarke||The UK regulations implementing the Agency Workers Directive were laid before parliament on 21 January. In their final format they are likely to allow most employers to continue using agency workers o...|
|1 Jan 2010||Overseas Workers Protected||David Cubitt, Osborne Clarke|
|1 Oct 2010||One in, a few out||David Cubitt, Osborne Clarke||The new government has been quick to focus on employment legislation. Having already announced a `one in, one out' approach to legislation from 1 September this year, we are in the perplexing position...|
|1 Oct 2010||Getting on top of finances||David Cubitt, Osborne Clarke||More than 2,500 organisations are facing the prospect of getting on top of the intricacies of the revised Financial Services Authority Remuneration Code due to come into force on 1 January 2011 (or po...|
|1 Oct 2010||And more statistics ...||David Cubitt, Osborne Clarke||Following on from Alex Lock's editorial in August's ELA Briefing, which examined the Tribunals Service report for 1 April 2009 to 31 March 2010, the Employment Tribunal Service has now issued its own ...|
|1 Feb 2011||Cost alone may justify discrimination||David Cubitt, Osborne Clarke||In Woodcock v Cumbria Primary Care Trust UKEAT/0489/09/RN, the EAT surprised many in upholding a tribunal's decision that Mr Woodcock, the former chief executive of North Cumbria Primary Care Trust, h...|