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No duty to disclose intention to compete

The Court in MPT Group v Peel considered whether employees were under a duty to disclose to their current employer, their intentions to compete with their current employer’s business after the termination of their employment. In this case, two employees…

Carry over of holiday pay

In the recent case of King v The Sash Window Workshop, the advocate general considered whether a worker’s paid holiday entitlement carried over to subsequent holiday years if an employee has not taken the holiday due to the fact that…

Companies to take on more older Employees

The Government’s business champion for older workers, Andy Briggs, previously called for firms to increase the number of older workers in the workplace by 12% by 2022. He commented that this would be vital in filling the country’s ‘colossal skills…

3-month gap breaks series of deductions

In the case of Fulton v Bear Scotland Limited, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has confirmed that a gap of more than 3 months between non-payments or under payments of wages breaks the “series” of deductions for the purpose of an…