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The Ride of the Falling Leaves 2015 by David Rumm 24th September 2015
To maintain our connection with South London Cycling and to support Dulwich Paragon Cycling Club, we are riding The... >>

In the recent case of Federación de Servicios Privados del Sindicato Comisiones Obreras v Tyco Integrated Security SL and anor, the European Court of Justice has held... >>

Early Conciliation – The Statistics are In by Gemma Workman 3rd September 2015
Much debate will no doubt continue regarding the practical value and impact of ACAS Early Conciliation, and the approaches which employees and employers take to engage... >>

The latest ruling on holiday pay from the Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case of Bear Scotland held that regular overtime should be included in the calculation of holiday... >>

First Tribunal Case on E-cigarettes by Gemma Workman 25th June 2015
Businesses are being advised to review their smoking at work policies following the first employment tribunal case in the UK concerning the use of e-cigarettes. The case involved a... >>

Increase in Compensation Limits from 6 April 2015 by Gemma Workman 18th June 2015
The annual increase in the statutory compensation limits have now been announced and the main changes are: The maximum for a week's pay for the purposes of calculating a... >>

It is now illegal to drive in England and Wales if you have certain levels of illegal drugs in your blood.  The police are entitled to conduct roadside testing if they... >>

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