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Holiday Pay Clarified

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In our latest brief Thomas Carroll Employment Law discuss the recent case of Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council v Willetts on the question of holiday pay.  The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) recently made a significant decision in the case of  Dudley … Continue reading

Suspension is Not Necessarily a Neutral Act

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In our latest brief Thomas Carroll Employment Law highlight why the High Court has ruled that suspending an employee without proper cause may be sufficient to breach the terms of mutual trust and confidence implied in all employment contracts. Agoreyo v … Continue reading

Potential Changes to Weekly Rest Period

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In our latest brief Thomas Carroll Management Service highlight potential changes to weekly rest periods. Under UK law, employees are typically entitled to a minimum 2 days break during a 2 week work reference period. In the recent Portuguese case … Continue reading

Directors Harrowing Insight into Workplace Death

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In our latest brief Thomas Carroll Management Services highlight the harrowing story of a former construction director. Matthew Hazelton spoke at the recent Safety and Health Expo 2017 about his personal journey following a workplace incident where two of his brothers … Continue reading

Employment Law Seminar l Friday 14 July

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Thomas Carroll Management Services are hosting a free employment law breakfast seminar on 14 July. Where? The seminar will take place at our Caerphilly office, Pendragon House, Crescent Road, Caerphilly CF83 1XX When? Friday 14 July 2017 from 08:30-10:30 CLICK … Continue reading

Employees Awarded £2 Compensation

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In our latest brief Thomas Carroll Employment Law discuss the employment tribunal case of Gnahoua v Abellio London Ltd. In the recent case of Gnahoua v Abellio London Ltd, an employee requested to be accompanied to an appeal against his dismissal … Continue reading

Changes to Statutory Employment Rights

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In our latest brief Thomas Carroll Management Services  discuss the imminent changes to the statutory employment rights and benefits which may impact you or your business. In line with previous years, April brings a number of changes concerning statutory employment rights and … Continue reading

Gross negligence can be gross misconduct

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Adesokan v Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd Roger Davies discusses the  recent case of Adesokan v Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd, centered around Sainsbury’s ‘Talkback’ procedure. The survey is a comprehensive staff satisfaction feedback, to which great emphasis is placed on the honesty and … Continue reading

Health, Safety and Employment Law Update

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Not All Festive Cheer at the Christmas Party In the recent case of Bellman v Northampton Recruitment Ltd, the High Court has held that a company was not vicariously liable for the assault by one of its directors on an … Continue reading

Health, Safety and Employment Law update

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Safety Schemes in Procurement – we can help!  What is it? Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP), which is supported by the Health and Safety Executive and includes CHAS, Alcumus Safe Contractor, Constructionline, Acclaim, Safemark, Exor and SMAS is the umbrella … Continue reading

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