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Addison Lee Ltd v Gascoigne In September 2017, we commented on the Employment Tribunal decision where it was found that Addison Lee couriers should have been classified as workers, rather than

Pregnancy discrimination

An Employment Tribunal has recently considered whether an employee was discriminated against for having her probationary period extended due to her pregnancy. The case involved Ms Kimberley who

Stress Awareness Month

April is stress awareness month which is a great opportunity for employers to review steps that can be taken to reduce stress in the workplace. Mental health and wellbeing is high on the agenda

Two Stage Tendering

Two-stage tending is becoming increasingly popular in the construction industry.  It can be particularly useful for large scale and complex projects.  Two-stage tendering involves an employer

#Sharethejoy

Shared parental leave is now three years old. It brought with it a question about shared parental pay and whether it is necessary to enhance it if an employer enhances maternity pay. Some

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