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Every private company in England and Wales must keep a register of ‘people with significant control’ (PSC) and ensure it is up to date. Despite this being a legal requirement for companies and LLPs, over 40% of companies do not check their PSC register to ensure it is still correct after the company is set...
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The Employment Tribunal sitting at Norwich has ruled that ethical veganism is a philosophical belief in an unfair dismissal case brought by Mr Casamitjana against the League Against Cruel Sports. Before a decision can be made by the ET regarding whether or not the Claimant was dismissed for gross misconduct, they had to decide whether...
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The Health and Safety Executive advise that cancer can be caused by substances, or mixtures of substances, called ‘carcinogens’. Occupational cancer can be caused through prolonged exposure to carcinogens in the workplace. Carcinogens occur in many forms, they can be solids, liquids, vapours, gases, or dusts and can be breathed in, absorbed through the skin...
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Did you know the duty on employers to maintain National Minimum Wage records moves to the transferee when a TUPE transfer takes place? The Employment Appeal Tribunal confirmed in Mears Homecare Ltd v Bradburn and others (May 2019) that the duty on employers to maintain National Minimum Wage records moves to the transferee (or ‘new’ company)...
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What are the duties of company directors and what are the implications if they are breached
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