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Employment Law Speed Read – 19/03/18

Following the decision of the Supreme Court in Reilly v Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council [2018] UKSC 16, this week's speed read discusses whether it is fair to dismiss a school employee for failing to disclose a relationship with someone convicted of a serious criminal office.

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NHS pay rises

Chancellor Philip Hammond announced an end to the pay freezes or 1% caps which had been in force when he unveiled his Budget in November. You may have seen various press reports suggesting that the government and the Department for Health and Social Care are close to offering non-medical NHS staff a £3.3bn pay deal, amounting to a 6.5% pay rise for 1.3 million NHS employees over the next three years.

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Education Law Speed Read – 12/03/18

This week we focus on the level of holiday for part-time workers following the EAT decision in Brazel v The Harpur Trust [2018] UKEAT 0102/17/LA and we look at a case which illustrates the importance of identifying the pre-transfer activites in a service provision charge.

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