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Stephen Jennings

Posted 11 August 2017
by Stephen Jennings

Gender pay likely to stay in the spotlight

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The BBC found itself in a media storm last month, following the publication of salaries paid to its highest-earning stars, which revealed that only one-third of its 96 top earners were women, and the top seven were all men. Since…

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Stephen Jennings

Posted 10 August 2017
by Stephen Jennings

Voluntary Overtime Must be Considered in Holiday Pay

In the recent case of Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council v Willets & Others, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that pay for voluntary overtime normally worked did amount to ‘normal remuneration’ for the purposes of calculating statutory holiday pay.

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Stephen Jennings

Posted 26 July 2017
by Stephen Jennings

Supreme Court Rules Employment Tribunal Fees Unlawful

The Supreme Court has today unanimously ruled that the government acted unlawfully when introducing employment tribunal (ET) fees in 2013. From today, anyone who brings a claim against their employer in the ET (and appeals in the Employment Appeal Tribunal)…

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