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Finally we have (almost) official confirmation that the 20+ trigger for collective redundancies isn't relevant until the number of redundancies at individual sites each meets that threshold. But as the Ghost of Woolworths exits stage left (no doubt muttering "Collective redundancies - to consult, or not to consult: that is the question")...

The Employment Tribunal system has brushed with Virtual Reality: you may be liable for more employees than you think. How? The rights of overseas staff have taken up many column inches in recent years; employees in virtual reality less so. Recently a problem arose about someone who was both overseas and...

Employers aren't liable for insurance benefits which discriminate against certain employees, especially where there are no alternative insurance products in the market, so long as (and here's the sting in the tail) they've explored what's available in that market in the first place. The case of Hall v Xerox UK Ltd,...

The baring of teeth in popular culture (for Halloween, the dental work in Real Wives of Orange County and by media vampires) has recently been reflected in commercial and judicial culture too. How?  By an Employment Tribunal ordering a transferor to pay £65,500 to a transferee as compensation for the transferor...