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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Tribunal Procedure when a Claimant fails to attend a hearing.

The recent case of Duffy v George considers the fairness of the procedure followed by the Employment Tribunal in a sexual harassment case. Ms George complained to the Employment Tribunal that she was sexually harassed by Mr Duffy in their … Continue reading

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Changes to TUPE delayed

New regulations that may change TUPE rights have been delayed to September. These proposed changes are to repeal the service provision change (SPC) rules which were introduced in 2006. However, this has been strongly challenged by the Law Society and … Continue reading

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Whistleblowing Changes

On 25th June 2013 the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act (ERRA) 2013 introduced legislative reforms in whistleblowing. Employers should immediately update their policies to take account of these changes. The ERRA 2013 made the following changes: Disclosures of wrongdoing must … Continue reading

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