Restrictive covenants are clauses in employment contracts which protect a legitimate business interest by restricting what the employee can do both during and after their employment.
An employer will not discriminate against someone because of their disability if the employer did not know, and could not reasonably have been expected to know, that the employee was disabled.
An employee is unfairly dismissed if they were dismissed because they made a “protected disclosure”.
The Agency Workers Regulations 2010 (AWR) require that agency workers who are employed for more than 12 weeks receive the same basic terms and conditions of employment as permanent staff.
ACAS's annual report shows that early conciliation is in high demand following the removal of tribunal fees.
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