Monthly Archives: November 2014

The effect of multiple deposit orders – Wright v Nipponkoa Insurance (Europe) Ltd

A Tribunal’s ability to make multiple deposit orders was recently considered by the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) in Wright v Nipponkoa Insurance (Europe) Ltd. In this case the Employment Judge considered that 7 out of Mr Wright’s 11 allegations for … Continue reading

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EBOLA : AN EMPLOYER’S RESPONSIBILITIES

In light of the spread of Ebola and the daily media coverage, we thought it would be useful to provide a short briefing on what clients need to be aware of in terms of Ebola in the employment context.  The … Continue reading

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EAT decide on overtime and the payment of Holiday pay

The issue of how holiday pay should be calculated has been subject to much litigation and the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) case of Bear Scotland Ltd & Others v Fulton and Others UKEATS/0047/13/BI has gone some way to resolve many … Continue reading

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