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Definitions and interpretation / qualifying week
"Qualifying week" is not a defined expression as such but is relevant for determining entitlement to Statutory Maternity Pay (''SMP'') or maternity ...
Acts of Parliament etc / Employment Act 2002 / text
Emp'tAct 2002 s.1 Paternity leave. Emp'tAct 2002 s.2 Statutory paternity pay. Emp'tAct 2002 s.3 Adoption leave. Emp'tAct 2002 s.4 Statutory adoption pay ...
Dalitis (t/a Shanklin Motor Company) v Plissi - tribunal must establish exactly what was said "in the heat of the moment" before deciding whether it ...
Garden leave
Even if there is a garden leave clause in an employee's contract if the garden leave period is unreasonably long an employee can argue that his skills would ...
Disability Discrimination / pre-Disability Discrimination Act 1995 ...
The Disabled Persons Register, run by the Employment Service through Disability Employment Advisers based at Jobcentres throughout the UK, ceased to exist ...
Disclaw Publishing - Employment Law, unfair dismissal, redundancy pay
39 Sandgate Ayr KA7 1BG Tel:01292 281711 ... MARTIN & CO 2 Wellington Square Ayr KA7 1EN Tel:01292 265024 ... 27 Midton Road Ayr KA7 2SF Tel:0141 333 9930 ...
Social Security / NATIONAL INSURANCE CONTRIBUTIONS / rates of ...
The Social Security (Contributions) (Re-rating and National Insurance Funds ... See also DSS Leaflet no N127A "National Insurance for self-employed people ...
Acts of Parliament etc / National Minimum Wage Regulations 1999
National Minimum Wage Regulations 1999 reg 23 "Determining the hours of salaried hours work in certain cases where the employment terminates" ...
Minimum Wage / 2006 and 2007 increases
The National Minimum Wage Regulations 1999 (Amendment) Regulations 2006, SI 2006/2001 came into effect on 1st October 2006. ...
Minimum Wage / 2006 and 2007 increases
The increases from 1st October 2007 are as follows: the adult National Minimum Wage increased from the previous £5.35 to £5.52; ...
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