Tag: Working Time Regulations

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (March 8 2019)

The Court of Appeal has held that, where a ‘special case’ worker is unable to take...

Night working – a foreseeable health and safety risk?

What do employers need to know when employing people to work overnight? Marwa Stavraetou, trainee solicitor at Gordon...

‘Lunch is for wimps’

Recent rulings in the Court of Appeal and the European Court of Justice have highlighted the claims...

The Great Repeal Bill and its impact on employment law

A significant amount of UK employment law is derived from EU law so what's going to happen...

Working Time Regulations: what happens when employees have multiple jobs?

The Working Time Regulations are designed with health and safety in mind, but this can be a...

Sleep in shifts: do employers need to wake up to new thinking?

Sarah Scholfield, employment solicitor at Glaisyers Solicitors LLP, takes a look at the recent EAT cases about...

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (24 November 2016)

A claim for an employer's "refusal" to permit rest breaks under the Working Time Regulations 1998 can...

Employers must proactively ensure working arrangements for workers’ rest breaks

Rest breaks - Meaning of 'Refusal' under Working Time Regulations In the case of Grange v Abellio London...

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