Monthly Archives: September 2013

Guidance on disclosure of cautions and convictions

The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) has published a guidance note for employers following the recent changes to legislation, which provides that certain old and minor cautions and convictions no longer have to be disclosed. The changes to legislation determine … Continue reading

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Long awaited TUPE consultation response is published

The long awaited response to the TUPE consultation has now been published by the Government. The initial proposal to remove service provision changes from the operation of TUPE has now been scrapped. Instead it has been decided to amend the … Continue reading

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Warning: Failure to follow a grievance procedure may amount to a breach of trust and confidence

An employer’s failure to follow its own grievance procedure may be found to amount to a breach of the implied term of trust and confidence following the recent EAT decision in Blackburn –v- Aldi Stores Ltd. Further, such a failure … Continue reading

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Fair Deal Consultation Update

The Government’s response to the Fair Deal consultation was published in November 2012. This raised further consultation questions and provided draft guidance upon which further responses were requested by 11 February 2013. HM Treasure have confirmed that the Government is … Continue reading

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