Monthly Archives: January 2016

Another Coalition miss from the penalty spot?

With the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) having recently confirmed that it is set to commence section 150 of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 – which provides for the imposition of financial penalties on respondent employers … Continue reading

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Employment tribunal fees: All you need is Gove

With almost four months having passed since Ministry of Injustice officials dumped their ET fees review report in the intray of the nation’s slowest reader – junior injustice minister Shailesh Vara MP – and two months having passed since the justice … Continue reading

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Modest Vince and his modest reforms

Call me weird, but if I was Vince Cable, I wouldn’t go around bragging about how I “blocked” attempts by George Osborne to “set a high minimum wage” – as Sir Vince does in his near unreadable tome about how … Continue reading

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