• 30 Sep 2019

Decisions regarding settled status potentially ‘rushed’ due to application volumes

A top immigration law organisation have confirmed that a surge in applications for settled status could affect the validity of the resulting decisions, due to s...

  • 26 Sep 2019

Redundancy Pay Cap

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that if an employee claims contractual and statutory redundancy payments at a tribunal, the statutory redundancy pay doe...

  • 26 Sep 2019

CIPP Survey: Measures to address one-sided flexibility

Last chance, if you haven't already, to provide your views on the issue of one-sided flexibility in the labour market. Our survey closes on 3 October.

  • 21 Sep 2019

HMRC wins IR35 case against BBC presenters

HMRC has won an IR35 tribunal case at the High Court against three BBC presenters who will now have to pay back thousands of pounds in taxes through their perso...

  • 21 Sep 2019

Working Time Detriment Claims

In order to succeed in a claim for detriment or automatic unfair dismissal, does an employee need to explicitly refuse to comply with a requirement imposed in c...

  • 21 Sep 2019

Many employers unaware of post-Brexit visa rules

Most employers in the UK are unaware of proposed changes to immigration rules that could make it more difficult to source lower-skilled workers after Brexit, a ...