Briefings

UK: Employment Insight In-Depth – May 2017

22 May 2017

Can a tribunal question whether a warning was fairly given? This is the question when looking at the situation where an employer has dismissed an employee for an offence because they were already in receipt of a final written warning.

UK: Employment Insight In-Depth – April 2017

11 April 2017

Should commission payments be taken into account when calculating holiday pay? This was the question at the centre of British Gas Trading v Lock.

UK: Employment Insight In-Depth – March 2017

22 March 2017

Can an employer dismiss a long-serving member of staff with an unblemished track record for a one-off act of negligence?

UK: Employment Insight In-Depth – February 2017

20 February 2017

A round-up of the latest issues, from gender pay reporting and whether employers can rely on expired disciplinary notices to the latest case law on the gig economy, redundancy and disability discrimination.

How to stop serial claimants in their tracks

15 December 2016

WFW Partner Angharad Harris has written an article for the Employment Law Journal exploring ways for employers to deal with vexatious litigants.

UK: Employment Insight In-Depth – December 2016

5 December 2016

More and more people sport tattoos, but they are often frowned upon in the workplace. How should employers approach this and what are the risks?

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