ACAS have released the first six months' figures regarding early conciliation. These show the numbers of applications for early conciliation on a monthly basis and the take up of early conciliation by employers and employees.
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The decision of the Homeowner Housing Panel (HOHP) in relation to a complaint by Philip Defew against Kingdom Housing Association (case HOHP/PF/13/0075) raises a number of issues which will be of interest to registered property factors, particularly registered social landlords (RSLs) who manage and maintain amenity areas within housing estates.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal ("EAT") has issued judgment outlining that the calculation of holiday pay under the Working Time Directive must include compulsory overtime worked by the employee.
I am not generally a fan of motivational literature, but I recently came across a quote which led me to reflect upon the nature of my own work.
As the Scottish market for deals involving wind projects hots up post referendum, Pamela Todd, a partner in the Energy team at Harper Macleod, considers some key points to consider as part of the due diligence process such deals entail.