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Reforms to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974

Reforms to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974, effective from 28 October 2023, reduce disclosure periods for certain offences


‘Heat of the moment’ resignations and dismissals

In the recent case, Omar v Epping Forest District Citizens Advice [2023] (EFDCA), the Employment Appeal Tribunal (‘EAT’) held that an Employment Tribunal erred finding that an employee’s resignation in the heat of the moment was really intended.


Response to government consultation on holiday pay following the Supreme Court judgement

Our Employment team has outlined the key information relating to amendments to the law on holiday pay, TUPE and working time.


Employee unfairly dismissed for refusing to install work app on personal mobile

A recent employment tribunal case, Alsnih -v- Al Quds Al-Arabi Publishing & Advertising (AAPA), has considered whether an employee was unfairly dismissed for refusing to install a work-related application on her personal mobile phone.



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