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Revised Gender Pay Gap Reporting Regulations

Revised Gender Pay Gap Reporting Regulations

On 6 December 2016 the Government published a significantly revised version of the draft the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations regarding the obligation on large employers (with 250 or more employees) to report on gender pay gap data...

New Acas Guidance

New Acas Guidance

In recent months Acas have been busy publishing some useful guidance which HR professionals should be aware of...

Autumn Statement 2016 at a glance for HR/employers

Autumn Statement 2016 at a glance for HR/employers

Yesterday, the Chancellor presented his Autumn statement to Parliament. Here is a rundown of the measures introduced that effect HR and employment law...

ESP Law lawyer featured in HR Magazine on 'Changes to the taxation of termination payments'

ESP Law lawyer featured in HR Magazine on 'Changes to the taxation of termination payments'

The government has released draft legislation on proposed changes to the taxation of termination payments...

Holiday pay calculation should take into account commission – Court of Appeal confirmation

Holiday pay calculation should take into account commission – Court of Appeal confirmation

On 7 October 2016 the Court of Appeal (in the long-running case of Lock v British Gas) confirmed the current position in relation to commission and paid annual leave...

Parental leave – can you discriminate between mothers and fathers?

Parental leave – can you discriminate between mothers and fathers?

An Employment Tribunal has considered, for the first time, whether different parental leave policies for men and women can be discriminatory. The case will be of persuasive guidance to other Tribunals.

Gender Pay Reporting – are you ready?

Gender Pay Reporting – are you ready?

Average pay for men is greater than that for women. Since 1997, the gap between men and women's average pay has been monitored on a national level by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) as part of its Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings...

Care sector provider facing National Minimum Wage challenge

Care sector provider facing National Minimum Wage challenge

National Minimum Wage (NMW) problems in the care sector have been never been far from the news since the highly publicised case of Whittlestone v BJP Homesupport was decided by the courts in 2014. Since then a number of cases have condemned practices in the care sector by upholding workers...

Holiday Pay: The Basics

Holiday Pay: The Basics

Over recent months there has been a lot of discussion in the courts and in the press surrounding holiday pay calculations. In this blog we look at basics of holiday entitlement and the recent rulings which has changed how holiday pay needs to be calculated.

Controversial judgment in disabled worker case

Controversial judgment in disabled worker case

This week we look at a case with potentially far-reaching consequences for employers of people with disabilities.

ESP Law solicitor featured in HR Magazine on 'Protecting yourself during exit talks'

ESP Law solicitor featured in HR Magazine on 'Protecting yourself during exit talks'

Two recent decisions emphasise the importance of protecting your position while negotiating exits. Don’t open yourself up to significant costs by assuming that an agreement will be reached...

Brexit and immigration – the current position

Brexit and immigration – the current position

Following the UK’s vote to leave the EU, much has been written about the potential implications in respect of immigration.

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