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|1 Dec 2003||The Right to Work Flexibly – Placebo or Panacea?||Naomi Feinstein, partner, and Adam Turner, professional support lawyer, Lovells||Requests for advice on dealing with flexible working requests have been an increasing part of an employment lawyer’s postbag since the introduction last April of a statutory right to request flexible ...|
|1 May 2008||Religious discrimination: reviewing the case law||Shah Qureshi, partner and head of employment, and Nighat Sahi, solicitor, Webster Dixon LLP||Religious discrimination has grabbed the attention of employers, employees and the legal world since the Employment Equality (Religion or Belief) Regulations 2003 were introduced four years ago.|
|1 Apr 2012||Editorial - April 2012||Alex Lock, editor||Reform of employment law continues to make headlines, both in the UK and across the world. In countries such as Spain and Italy, far-reaching reforms of the labour market are being pushed through to p...|
|1 Nov 2009||Paid holiday or holiday pay?||Adam Tolley, Fountain Court Chambers||Recent European Court of Justice cases have highlighted the essential question of the interaction between annual leave - protected by the Working Time Directive as a fundamental right of community soc...|
|1 Nov 2008||In Brief - More Stays||Clive Howard, Russell Jones & Walker||Recent decisions mean more cases will be stayed in tribunals. In Berta v Hummus Brothers Ltd UK EAT/0184/08, the issue was whether a claim for unlawful deductions from wages in respect of unpaid holid...|
|1 May 2012||Industrial action: Serco approach prevails||Alice Carse, Devereux Chambers||Recent cases have demonstrated that whether industrial action can go ahead depends on the approach taken by the courts to interpreting and applying the balloting provisions in part V of the Trade Unio...|
|1 May 2007||In Brief - Gibbons Speaks||Stephen Levinson, Manches LLP||Reading the Gibbons Review is a weird experience for an employment lawyer. You keep on saying to yourself “who didn’t know that?” There is a statement of the obvious on every other page. Take the reco...|
|1 Jul 2010||Implementing the European Works Council Directive||Chris Walter, Paul Hastings Janofsky & Walker LLP and Robert Davies, Dundas & Wilson||Readers will know that the European Works Council Directive ( 94/45/EC ) requires certain community-scale undertakings or groups of undertakings to establish a works council, or an informatio...|
|1 Nov 2004||In Brief - More egg-timer Justice||Stephen Levinson, partner,Manches LLP||Read Sinclair Roche & Temperley v Heard  IRLR 764 to learn how not to organise a hearing. The tribunal had required counsel to produce closing submissions in writing over the Easter hol...|
|1 Jun 2009||In Brief - More Law||Peter Schofield, EEF||Rather depressingly, the new Equality Bill has 205 clauses and 28 schedules. It is, of course, largely a harmonisation measure, bringing together the law on discrimination related to the nine (count t...|