BDBF is delighted to welcome Cerys Williams as a new Partner. Cerys brings with her 17 years of expertise in contentious and non-contentious employment law.
The Dorchester Hotel gives its female staff a ‘grooming list’ to ensure that they meet certain standards of appearance whilst at work.
The Government has abolished the tax benefits associated with employee shareholder status.
A number of important changes to Tier 2 immigration rules are now in force.
A higher standard of disciplinary investigation is necessary to ensure a fair dismissal where the misconduct alleged is very serious.
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An employer should be wary of relying upon previous unfair disciplinary sanctions to justify a subsequent dismissal.
A worker need not have expressly asked for a minimum rest break and been denied it to bring a claim under the Working Time legislation.
HMCTS has confirmed that there will be an online database of Employment Tribunal judgments by the end of 2016 or the beginning of 2017.
The UK Government will be implementing the General Data Protection Regulation in 2018. BDBF discusses what employers should do to plan.