Binder Bansel calls for better police pay

17 May 2016 By admin
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Leading industrial relations lawyer and advisor to the Police Federation of England and Wales, Binder Bansel, has criticised the Government for their lack of flexibility on the 1% cap on public sector pay increases. Bansel, who is a partner at the leading industrial firm Pattinson & Brewer, said: “The Federation has highlighted that there has […]

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The Right to Strike? The Right to Associate?

9 April 2014 By admin
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Are the UK’s strike laws so stringent that they inhibit the right of freedom of association under Article 11 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR)? The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) sought to challenge the domestic provisions by claiming such an infringement. UK law bans secondary industrial action, where […]

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New Employment Legislation is in…..

9 April 2014 By admin
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Changes to employment tribunal procedure and the usual statutory rate changes came into effect on or after 6 April 2014. Employment tribunals Individuals who wish to bring a claim at an employment tribunal from 6 May will have to inform Acas (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service). Instead of filling in an ET1 form and sending […]

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Press statement regarding Royal Mail and the CWU members’ ballot

25 September 2013 By admin
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The following statement has just been issued by Pattinson & Brewer:   Pattinson & Brewer is advising the Communications Workers Union on industrial action issues arising from Royal Mail’s plans for privatisation. The CWU is balloting its members about pay, pension and other protections. Head of employment at the firm, Binder Bansel, clarified the legal […]

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Harassment in the workplace – what can employees do?

5 September 2012 By admin
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In the light of an alarming number of work-related suicides in France, Binder Bansel, our head of employment law, considers the steps open to an employee if harassed and put under intolerable pressure by an employer in the UK…  

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Fees in employment tribunals unfair to workers!

26 March 2012 By admin
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The coalition Government’s money-saving proposals to introduce fees for claimants in employment tribunals are set to fail, according to expert legal opinion. 

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