Monthly Archives: January 2016

Monitoring of an employee’s use of the Internet and his resulting dismissal was justified

Every once in a while, an Employment related judgment provides copy editors with eye catching headlines. This has the knock on effect of ensuring that the decision is widely reported beyond the usual legal press. Often, this reporting is sensationalist … Continue reading

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Exit payments for public sector workers – The Current Position

There have been several further developments relating to the proposed legislation and regulations on public sector exit payments since our last blog on the subject was published in November. On 7 December 2015, the Northern Ireland Assembly refused to endorse … Continue reading

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Tackling Exploitation in the Labour Market – The Government’s Response

Regular readers of this blog will recall that we previously reported on proposals to improve labour market exploitation and employment law compliance.  In summary it is proposed that a new post of Director of Labour Market Enforcement will be created … Continue reading

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