GMB and Uber sign historic collective bargaining agreement

26 May 2021 By admin
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GMB and Uber sign a historic collective bargaining agreement to benefit 70,000 UK Uber drivers, which may be the first step to a fairer working life for millions of people.   Uber have signed a ground-breaking deal with the GMB union to allow it to represent its 70,000 UK drivers, under a collective bargaining agreement. […]

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Jamie Hanley, News Releases, Press & Media,

Employment Tribunal fees – history repeats itself?

3 August 2020 By admin
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The Government has decided to introduce a system of fees in Employment Tribunals.  A consultation exercise asking for views on different options has just concluded.  Paul Statham of Pattinson & Brewer solicitors who co-chaired a committee of the Employment Lawyers Association summarises their response.  

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Current Controversies, Editorial, Employment, Media clippings, Paul Statham,

Proposed Law Commission Employment Tribunal Reforms

4 May 2020 By admin
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Proposed Law Commission Employment Tribunal Reforms The Law Commission has published its report on Employment Law Hearing Structures. The Commission was tasked with reviewing the Employment Tribunal system and in particular, the overlap of jurisdiction between it and the civil courts in some claims. It will come as no surprise to practitioners that the Commission […]

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Donna Clancy,

Coronavirus National Crisis – What government financial support is available to self-employed workers?

27 April 2020 By admin
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The advice contained in this article is correct as of 22nd April 2020. The situation with Coronavirus is developing rapidly, so please do check for further blog posts for the latest updates.   Pattinson and Brewer have reviewed the government’s attempts to provide financial support to self-employed during the Coronavirus. This has come in the form […]

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Patrick O'Donovan,

Coronavirus National Crisis – Furlough Leave Updates

21 April 2020 By admin
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Coronavirus National Crisis – Furlough Leave Updates The advice given in this article is correct as of 21st April 2020. The situation with Coronavirus is developing rapidly, so please look out for further blog posts for the latest updates. We have been eagerly awaiting updates on the government’s furlough scheme. On 15th April 2020, the […]

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Patrick O'Donovan,

Updated guidance on Furlough Leave scheme

7 April 2020 By admin
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Coronavirus National Crisis – Updated Furlough Leave HMRC Guidance   The government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme poses many questions about how it applies in particular scenarios. Thankfully, HRMC have provided further guidance for employers. The full guidance is captured below: Employees – https://www.gov.uk/guidance/check-if-you-could-be-covered-by-the-coronavirus-job-retention-scheme Employers – https://www.gov.uk/guidance/claim-for-wage-costs-through-the-coronavirus-job-retention-scheme This article will provide you with a quick refresher […]

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Patrick O'Donovan,
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