Monthly Archives: October 2016

Holiday Pay Must Include Results Based Commission

Background Since the Working Time Directive has been introduced into UK law the employment tribunal has been inundated with claims regarding what constitutes normal pay for the purposes of calculating Holiday Pay for employees. Devonshires has followed these claims and … Continue reading

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Clarity over Pre-termination Discussions

Background Prior to July 2013 the only form of protection for discussions that took place between an employer and an employee were “without prejudice” discussions. However, these could only be used if there was a pre-existing dispute and the discussion … Continue reading

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Judicial Assessments

What are they Judicial Assessments have been introduced as a different mechanism to assist parties in reaching a settlement without the need for a full tribunal hearing.  This process does not replace judicial mediation but instead acts as a springboard … Continue reading

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