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Holiday Pay: should voluntary overtime be included?
Yes, if it’s paid over a sufficient period.
Social impact and environmental, social and governance factors in investment: pension trustees’ duties and listening to the membership
We explore the Government's recent consultation looking at ESG factors in pension trustee investment.
Investing “to do well and to do good”: what can pension trustees do without personal liability for breach of trust
Occupational pension scheme trustees should take into account all financially material factors when making investment decisions.
The Wedgwood pension scheme
Michael Jones analyses the Wedgwood pension scheme and the case of the disappearing museum...
Employment status: the Supreme Court has the final say
The long running case of Pimlico Plumbers v Smith comes to a conclusion.
“Wrotham Park” negotiating damages not available in majority of breach of restrictive covenant cases
The Supreme Court clarifies approach to awards of damages against parties who deliberately breach contractual obligations.
Gender pay: reducing the gap
Now that compliant companies have published their first gender pay gap data snapshot, the focus turns to why the pay gap persists.
MAC publish interim report on EEA workers
We have highlighted some of the key themes from the report.
Calculating holiday pay: the saga continues
Working out holiday pay continues to be less than straightforward in the recent Brazel v Harpur Trust case.
Dismissal of a pregnant employee: what the employer knows, matters
The EAT come to a decision on the Really Easy Car Credit Ltd v Thompson case, regarding pregnancy discrimination.