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This important decision concerns the scope of the information that the outgoing employer has to supply to the incoming employer in the context of a TUPE transfer. Here, the EAT decided that information about the employment particulars of the transferring employees is not confined to contractual employment particulars, but could also encompass non-contractual entitlements (Born London Ltd v Spire Production Services Ltd, EAT).
The Supreme Court of Lithuania recently affirmed that the courts have no competence to assess whether an employer’s decision to restructure and make staff redundant has been expedient and reasonable, owing to the fact the employer on its own decides which position is necessary and which is not.
New rules on resignation
Bonus discretion post-Braganza
Employment Tribunal rules that voluntary overtime payments must be included in holiday pay
Vicarious liability and 'the crooked timber of humanity'
Holiday pay: EAT says Working Time Regulations 1998 can be interpreted to include commission in holiday pay
Gender pay gap reporting: further details of new regime published
Barbulescu and the private character of workplace communications
Sickness absence: attendance management policies are subject to the duty to make reasonable adjustments