- Lexis®PSL Employment weekly highlights—14 April 2016
- In this issue:
- Losing my religion—manifesting religious beliefs at work
- Early conciliation: corresponding date principle applies to time extension
- Headlines (News updates & analysis)
- Financial penalties: new form to tell BIS of an employer's failure to pay
- Levelling the gender pay gap in sport—making success pay
- Path of the NLW and NMW to be reported on by LPC
- Posted workers in the construction industry
- Access for all—justice in the age of crowdfunding
- Relevant updates from other practice areas
- Dates for your diary
This week’s edition of Employment highlights includes: (1) examination of the manifestation of a religious belief at work by Ben Collins QC, of Old Square Chambers, who represented the respondent in Wasteney v East London NHS Foundation Trust, (2) analysis of an EAT case concerning extension of time limits under the early conciliation rules, (3) the new form individuals can use to request the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills to issue an employer with a financial penalty for non-payment of an employment tribunal award or Acas conciliated settlement, (4) a review of the gender pay gap within the sports industry by Libby Payne, associate at Withers LLP, (5) consideration of the impact of new EU Enforcement Directive on posted workers in the construction industry by Simon Rice-Birchall, partner, and Tamsin Wallace, senior associate, at Eversheds LLP, (6) analysis of the government’s response to Tier 2 (General) and Tier 2 (Intra-Company Transfer) (ICT) routes by Tilly Oyetti, senior associate at Charles Russell Speechlys LLP, (7) a look at whether crowdfunding could strengthen access to justice in an era of cuts by Julia Salasky, founder of CrowdJustice, (8) updates to our legislation and case trackers, and (9) dates for your diary.
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