It’s April. With election fever taking over and the dissolution of parliament, it’s a quiet news month. However, we can update you on further potential reforms set out in the Labour party manifesto; when the long awaited decision is coming from the ECJ on the Woolworths collective redundancy case and the on-going decline in Tribunal cases. Also, the courts have been busy and our case update this month covers the next instalment on what to include in holiday pay, to what extent employers should see stress coming and finally what does ‘in the public interest’ mean in whistleblowing disclosures?
- Government reforms (1): Election fever – labour reforms
- Government reforms (2): Tribunal claims – still going down
- Collective redundancy – decision coming
- Case update (1): Holiday pay and commission
- Case update (2): Health and safety – seeing stress coming…
- Case update (3): Whistleblowing – what is in the ‘public interest’?