Minimum wage offenders – Latest list published

Welcome back, last week our case law update covered the highly influential Pilmlico Plumbers case. This week, as it’s the last Friday of the month, it’s time to step away from the world of case law and take a wider view at the changing face of employment law. Not only that, we have some very [...]

Trade Unions – New Balloting Rules

You may remember our forecast for 2017 included the implementation of the Trade Union Bill. From 1st March 2017, the Trade Union Act 2016, will come into force. The Act requires 50% turnout on any strike votes. It also requires more information to be included on voting papers, unions appointing a picketing supervisor on all [...]

Tribunal News – ET Judgments Now Available Online

Tribunal judgments are now available online. Prior to this, only EAT judgments and higher courts had the full judgments available online. Previously, to obtain ET Judgments, you used to have to go to either Bury St Edmonds or Glasgow to get a hard copy. This will have two major repercussions for employers looking to defend [...]

PJH Law Seminar – Book your place now

Thank you to everyone who expressed interest in our seminar last week. This year’s seminar will have sessions on employment law changes coming into force this April, gender pay gap reporting, changes to taxing Settlement Agreements, cases with significant HR impact over the past 12 months, and, a session on exiting Directors by guest speaker, [...]

PJH Law News – New Solicitor and Website

It’s been a month of change here and we have a lot to tell you. First of all, we would like to introduce the newest member of our team, solicitor Samantha Crombie Secondly, we have a shiny new website. Our new site is a bit more modern and also mobile friendly. We also have several [...]

Lighter Side of the News – Amazon Employee Sacked for writing anti-Semitic message

No newsletter would be complete without an outlandish employment law issue that gets caught up in the eye of post-fact, alternate news tabloid journalism. In previous months this has included deaf police snipers, estate agents fighting class division protesters, simulating sex acts on a banana and teachers showing 18 rated films at work! This month’s [...]