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6 January, 2011

6 January, 2011

4 January, 2011

4 January, 2011

24 December, 2010

24 December, 2010

23 December, 2010

Impact on former offenders of exclusion from bank accounts, insurance and affordable credit

New report from the Prison Reform Trust and UNLOCK, the National Association of Reformed Offenders.

22 December, 2010

Employment Law Update

Issue 94 of Garden Court Chambers' Employment Law Bulletin is now available.

21 December, 2010

National Minimum Wage (Amendment) (No.2) Regulations 2010

New amendment regulations issued to provide that money payments paid by an employer in respect of travelling expenses that are allowed as deductions from earnings do not count towards the national minimum wage.

21 December, 2010

Arhin v Enfield Primary Care Trust

[2010] EWCA Civ 1481

20 December, 2010

17 December, 2010

15 December, 2010

Job outlook ‘increasingly bleak’

TUC comment on latest unemployment figures which show sharpest monthly increase since May 2009.

14 December, 2010

Employment Rights (Increase of Limits) Order 2010

New statutory instrument that increases, from 1 February,2011, the limits applying to awards of employment tribunals and other amounts payable under employment legislation.

13 December, 2010

13 December, 2010

CBI calls for retirement age change delay

Companies will face huge uncertainty and greater risk of tribunal claims unless there is more legal clarity over the plans.

9 December, 2010

Employment Law Update

Issue 93 of Garden Court Chambers' Employment Law Bulletin is now available.

6 December, 2010

Extending fully paid maternity leave will benefit millions of families who struggle financially

TUC comments on government plans to oppose extension of fully paid maternity leave to 20 weeks at a meeting of the EU Employment Council in Brussels.

3 December, 2010

HMRC launches Pay As You Earn ‘real time’ information consultation

Proposal for employers to send information about deductions from employees’ pay when the employee is paid, rather than at the end of the year.