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HR professionals – beware of the extent of your influence in Disciplinary Procedures

In a disciplinary situation it is normal for the investigating officer to contact HR in order to gain an understanding of their employer’s disciplinary procedures and guidelines. In the case of Chhabra v West London Mental Health NHS Trust [2013] … Continue reading

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Is Time Spent Travelling to and From Customer’s Premises Considered ‘Working Time’ for the Purposes of the Working Time Directive?

The Working Time Directive governs EU countries and sets a variety of limits in relation to how long an employee can be working for. Non statutory guidance by the UK Government indicates that for workers who travel as a part … Continue reading

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