It’s the last Friday of the month which means we have a roundup of all June’s employment law news for you. In last week’s case law update we looked at an EU decision regarding holiday [...]
Restrictive covenants and post-termination restrictions aren’t an issue we cover too often but this is our second case this month. The first concerned the geographic and temporal markets limits of the covenant and this case [...]
A recent study by Middlesex University has found that 1 in 20 workers are not being paid holiday pay amounting to an estimated £1.5bn being owed. A further £1.2bn is also owed in unpaid wages. Most [...]
Twenty employees, including some senior executives have been sacked following an investigation into a culture of sexual harassment and sex discrimination at Uber. The world’s favourite gig economy, ‘ride-sharing’ application has once again been in [...]
Every month we bring you a tale of the absurd. An incident that goes beyond ridiculous and into the downright stupid. The source of this ludicrousness? Tabloid journalism, where else? This month’s numpty is a [...]
King v The Sash Window Workshop – Does a worker need to take leave to establish whether they are entitled to be paid for it?
Welcome back to your weekly case law update. Last week we looked at shared parental leave and restrictive covenants. This week we have a case on the right to holiday pay. Unlike most of the [...]