Monthly Archives: October 2018

A Look Back at the Week that Was: Last Week – The ethnicity pay gap

Last week the Government launched a consultation on the possible introduction of pay gap reporting based on ethnicity (the Consultation).  A Government-backed review into the barriers faced by people from ethnic minorities in the workplace had recommended ethnic pay gap … Continue reading

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A Look Back at the Week that Was: This Week – Employees on Boards

At their annual conference last week, the Labour Party announced that if they are elected then they will require companies with more than 250 staff to reserve 1/3rd of the seats (minimum 2) on their Boards for employees.  Having mandatory … Continue reading

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Context is King: Employee’s Letter Giving Notice was not a Resignation

In an unusual case, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has upheld a finding that an employee who gave her employer a letter giving “one month’s notice” was not actually a letter of resignation. Background Mrs Levy worked as an administrator within … Continue reading

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