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the latest HR legal news from Frettens Solicitors
The Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that the government was acting unlawfully by introducing fees in July 2013. The government will now have to repay as much as £32million to claimants...
The Court of Appeal has held that ‘unfavourable treatment’ is not to be equated with detriment, for a claim of discrimination in consequence of something arising from a disability...
The ‘Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices’ published its findings and recommendations with a series of proposals that aim to ensure all work is "fair and decent"...
This Bill was introduced to Parliament on 19 July 2017, it enables employed parents who have lost a child to be entitled to statutory paid leave while they grieve...
UK companies with 250 or more employees have to publish their gender pay gaps by April 2018. The pay gap is the percentage difference between average hourly earnings for men and women...
A business is statistically more likely to have an expensive employment claim than experience a serious fire, theft or flood claim. Our new way to pay for employment advice protects you against the unknown HR issues...
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