Employees Who Are Temporarily Laid Off Prior To A Transfer Of A Business May Still Transfer
The case of Inex Home Improvements Limited v Hodgkins and Ors has decided that TUPE can still apply to include employees who have been temporarily laid off prior to the transfer.
The Role Of HR During The Disciplinary Process And The Result On The Fairness Of Any Dismissal
In the case of Ramphal v Department for Transport the Employment Appeal Tribunal addressed the potential difficulties of a member of HR being heavily involved in a disciplinary process and the result on the fairness of any dismissal.
Corporate Team Celebrate Award Recognition
The Corporate team at Turner Parkinson continue a prosperous 2015 having been shortlisted at the upcoming Insider Dealmakers Awards.
The end of the £30,000 tax exemption for termination payments?
The Government is currently consulting on proposals for radically overhauling the tax treatment of payments made on the termination of an employee’s employment. We consider the proposals in detail and the likely impact they will have if adopted in their current form.
Employee Fairly Dismissed For Facebook Comments Posted 2 Years Previously
The EAT has ruled that an employee dismissed for making Facebook comments about his employer two years previously was fairly dismissed. The case serves as a reminder of the need for employers to implement clear and robust social media policies.