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A Full Overview and Guide to UK Employment Law

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Employment Tribunals Guide 2008

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Restrictive Covenants and Garden Leave

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Statutory Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures

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Strategies for Dismissing Senior Executives

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The Issue of Misconduct

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Wrongful Dismissal - Guide for Employees and Template Calculations

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Case of the Month
1/2018
Holiday pay
In King v The Sash Window Workshop the ECJ determined that if an employee is not paid for holiday, and so takes less than their annual entitlement, the employee can sue for all arrears due. Suggesting that when eg their employment ends they can, in some circumstances, go back retrospectively any number of years if there is an outstanding holiday claim and not just the 2 year period provided in UK law. Holiday pay rival Gig economy worker status for being top of the current Caselaw charts . Employers are reminded , at the start of 2018 , of the need to take care that they operate holiday entitlement ( including holiday pay ) properly .
 
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