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From time to time we will post news articles and announcements relating to the firm and to various legal issues that may be of interest to you.
The immediate jobs outlook has turned positive for the first time in more than a year, driven largely by a decrease in redundancy intentions. This is the main finding of the latest Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development's quarterly Labour M
Two construction firms have been sentenced after a crane collapsed onto a city centre apartment block in Liverpool, resulting in the crane driver being paralysed from the waist down. The 79-metre-high tower crane was being used as part of a multi-mil
As reports suggest the Government is poised to extend the right to request flexible working to all employees, new research from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) reveals that only a tiny minority (4%) of employers have had d
The Court of Justice of the European Union has recently given its judgment in a case involving entitlement to payment for holidays that have not been taken due to sickness. The Working Time Directive imposes an obligation on Member States to take the
Workers’ Memorial Day took place on Saturday 28th April, to mark the many thousands of lives lost due to workplace accidents or ill health. The internationally recognised annual event gives people across the world the chance to remember those who wer
The Corrugated Case Company Ltd has been fined after an employee was seriously injured by a heavy goods vehicle at its site in Chesterfield. Mr Newsum suffered damage to his lower spine, fractures to his pelvis, ribs and leg, a damaged shoulder and c
An employment law Professor has claimed that a change in work culture is necessary to encourage employees to use the proper internal channels to report corporate wrongdoing, and to stop future public disclosures of malpractice. According to David Lew
The UK Government has launched a consultation on how to close the legal loophole on the prosecution on partnerships in Scotland and how to reform the law on unincorporated associations. The proposals that the Government is seeking views on are based
Acas has launched its first guide to tackle the last taboo in business - mental illness at work. It is a fast-growing problem, particularly with workers becoming increasingly concerned about their futures in the economic downturn, and costs Britain m
Seven construction workers were lucky to survive when more than 250 tonnes of wet concrete collapsed at Liverpool John Moores University, a court has been told. Two companies have been fined a total of £100,000 over the incident, which occurred durin
A recent website poll by the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) has found that 90% of employers do not believe the GP fit note is effective. Following Dame Carol Black’s review of the health of Britain’s working age population in 200
The last 6 months has been a busy and interesting time in the world of employment law . While the government’s ongoing review continues to identify those areas where it is felt change is necessary, this week sees the first round of new measures comin

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