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Unfair Dismissal Cap changes


BIS has announced that the cap for the unfair dismissal compensatory award will be changed on 29 July 2013.

Department: Employment > Employment

£18,000 Tribunal Award


Barker Gillette wins £18,000 compensation for public sector employee regarding claims of Discrimination, harassment and victimisation under the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and Equality...

Department: Employment > Employment

The Agency Workers Regulations – How Are You Affected?


The Agency Workers Regulations 2010 (the "Regulations") came into force on 1 October 2011. The Regulations apply to agency workers who find temporary work though a temporary work agency.

Department: Employment > Employment

Checklist: taking holiday during sick leave


Are sick workers entitled to take paid statutory holiday? Can workers be prevented from taking holiday during sick leave? Can workers be made to take holiday during sick leave?

Department: Employment > Employment

Expenses Claims and the Criminal Law


Following the announcement that certain claims are to be investigated by the Metropolitan Police and the Crown Prosecution Service, our clients and readers may be interested to read Partner, Steven...

Department: Employment > Employment > Serious Fraud and Business Crime

New ACAS Code


As of 6 April 2009, the statutory and grievance procedures as we have known them for the past 5 years cease to apply.

Department: Employment > Employment

Barker Gillette represent Faria Alam in her employment claim against the FA


Barker Gillette are acting for Faria Alam in her claim against the FA in which she seeks compensation for unfair dismissal and sex discrimination.

Department: Employment > Employment

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