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    Stephen Jennings

    Posted 20 May 2019
    by Stephen Jennings .

    Keeping track of employee hours

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    A recent case in the European Court of Justice highlights the importance of keeping a proper record of the hours worked by employees. The ECJ held that, in order to comply with the provisions of the Working Time Directive on…

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    Stephen Jennings

    Posted 9 May 2019
    by Stephen Jennings .

    Suspension – worth the risk?

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    A recent case in the Court of Appeal has emphasised the risks of suspending an employee without good cause. Whilst many employers automatically suspend employees accused of more serious allegations, doing so without considering the full circumstances could be an…

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    Simon Sanger-Anderson

    Posted 4 December 2018
    by Simon Sanger-Anderson .

    An Employment Law Christmas Carol

    There are still limited spaces available for our Christmas employment seminar to be held at Exeter Racecourse on Tuesday 11th December from 10am-1pm. We look back at Christmases Past and happy days gone by when we on-boarded those new recruits,…

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