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TUPE and contractual bonuses

Q: We’ve inherited employees under TUPE that had a contractual bonus linked to the transferor’s profits. Any advice? A: Kate Potts, Associate at GQ Employment Law,...

What HRs need to know about employees rejecting a TUPE transfer

What happens when an employee rejects a TUPE transfer? Christopher Hitchins, head of the employment practice at Katten Muchin Rosenman UK LLP, looks at what...

Five things we learnt in Employment Law this week (18 August...

Claimants do not bear the initial burden of proof in discrimination claims. Tribunals must consider all the evidence in the case before deciding...

Constructive Dismissal: key principles and leading cases

A constructive dismissal, in accordance with s. 95(1)(c) ERA 1996, is one where the employer has not dismissed the employee, but the employee has...

‘Can’t be that serious because you didn’t suspend me’

It is a commonly held belief that you cannot fairly dismiss an employee for Gross Misconduct if you have not firstly suspended them. Employees...

Garden Leave: a thorny issue

Q: Can we put an employee on garden leave when the written employment contract does not mention garden leave? Ian Carey, Principal employment solicitor at...