Tue, 21 October 2014
In this episode 9 of the HR & Employment Law Podcast I bring you a summary of a recent Employment Appeal Tribunal Case, Contract Bottlling Ltd v Cave and McNaughton. In which the Appeal Tribunal gave a very helpful judgement on the way in which deductions from unfair dismissal compensation should be dealt with.
The particular issue in this case involved a question over deductions from unfair dismissal compensation due to a principle known as Polkey.
Particularly you will learn….
HR Best Practice Tip
The HR tip of the week is the first in a series of tips about dealing with recruitment. Recruiting staff is both costly and time consuming and therefore it is important that you get it right. This first tip will help your new staff to fit in and make them feel at ease quickly, ensuring that they become productive quickly and are less likely to leave.
Thu, 9 October 2014
In this episode 8 of the HR & Employment Law Podcast I bring you a summary of a recent Employment Appeal Tribunal Case, Mr Ridge v HM Land Registry. In which Mr Ridge pursued a claim against the Land Registry for their failure to include itemised details of deductions from his wages on his pay slips.
A rather surprising and unique case, and something which you may not be aware of as an employer.
What information needs to be included on a payslip
What constitutes a deduction from wages
The consequences if you get things wrong.