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Employment weekly highlights—9 November 2017

Published on: 09 November 2017
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Employment weekly highlights—9 November 2017
  • In this issue:
  • Pay
  • Self-correction scheme for social care providers underpaying employees
  • Investment Association publishes 2017 update of ‘principles of remuneration’
  • 2018 principles of remuneration call for disclosure of pay ratios
  • Agricultural Wages (Wales) Order 2017
  • Low pay is leaving apprentices out of pocket, charity warns
  • Equality
  • Termination due to manner in which religious views were expressed
  • More...

Article summary

This week’s edition of Employment highlights includes: (1) a new compliance scheme for social care providers that may have incorrectly paid workers below the minimum wage hourly rates for sleep-in shifts, (2) updates on the Investment Association’s principles of remuneration, (3) the Agricultural Wages (Wales) Order 2017, (4) consideration of an employment tribunal’s dismissal of a religious discrimination claim where a non-executive director’s appointment was terminated due to the way in which he expressed his religious views, by Catherine Casserley, barrister at Cloisters, (5) Maternity Action’s report which states that action is needed to prevent women from being unfairly made redundant during pregnancy, maternity leave, and upon return to work, (6) new Acas guidance on dealing with stress in the workplace, (7) consideration of the Article 29 Working Party’s guidance on GDPR breach notification and automated decision making and profiling by Martin Sloan, partner at Brodies, and Atiq Bhagwan, associate at DMH Stallard, (8) dates for your diary, and (9) updates to our case tracker. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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