Autumn 2015 issue of Hempsons’ Employment Newsbrief is available now

The latest edition of Hempsons Employment Newsbrief is now available for you to read.

In this edition we look at a number of recent and important employment cases covering a wide range of issues including a case relating to the question of when are the statutory collective consultation provisions triggered? We also discuss who is an appropriate companion at an investigatory meeting? How less favourable treament of fixed-term workers can span different contracts and we provide an update on the fees regime: How far will the Government go?

There is also an update on TUPE – It’s not always black and [Mr] White.

As usual, the newsbrief concludes with an ‘In a Nutshell’ – summarising some topical matters that are likely to be relevant to you/your organisation.

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When are the statutory collective consultation provisions triggered? Agency worker rights clarification, Update on the fees regime: How far will the Government go? Less favourable treatment of fixed-term workers can span different contracts, Who is an appropriate companion at an investigatory meeting? It’s not always black and [Mr] White – TUPE Update, In a nutshell…

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