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Motor Industry - Employment Law Bulletin

Legal Updates for the Retail Motor Industry

Spring 2018

Those of you who read the Winter bulletin will know that April has been (as is often the case) a busy month in employment law. We have seen increases to the national minimum wage rates, the gender pay gap reporting obligations biting for private sector employers and a change to the taxation of termination payments.

Read more: Spring 2018

Winter 2018

It’s January, so rather than following the usual format, in this season’s update we thought it may be more useful to give clients an overview of some of the key developments in employment law to look out for in 2018 (most of which follow in the spring).

Read more: Winter 2018

Autumn 2017

This Autumn we look at two interesting developments in legislation before turning our attention to some case law updates.

Read more: Autumn 2017

Summer 2017

Despite the political uncertainty there have been some interesting legislative developments recently, as flagged below.

Read more: Summer 2017

Spring 2017

It has been a busy few months in employment law. As the days are getting longer, so is the length of this season’s update.

Read more: Spring 2017

Winter 2017

There are several legislative developments on the horizon this winter which we report below. There have also been some interesting case law developments, some of which are welcome for employers (see below Bellman and Herry) some more worrying (see Wyatt and Grosset).

Read more: Winter 2017

Autumn 2016

In this update we consider some recent development in legislation including a reminder of the National Minimum Wage rates.

Read more: Autumn 2016

Summer 2016

In this update we look at two legislative developments and a number of interesting developments in Case Law.  We also consider the publication of the House of Commons Report on the introduction of fees in employment tribunals. 

Read more: Summer 2016

Spring 2016

This season we report on a further update in the holiday pay saga and on an interesting case law update, which confirms the difficulties employers face when arguing that they are not vicariously liable for the actions of their staff.

Read more: Spring 2016

Winter 2016

During this wet and windy season we are looking at two developments in case law.  A recent decision which appears to continue the expansion of what constitutes “day-to-day activities” in disability law and a case providing clarification on calculating annual leave entitlements. 

Read more: Winter 2016