Employment Law Updates
Personal Liability for Directors regarding Price Fixing
The Competition and Markets Authority has just announced the disqualification of a further three directors involved in price collusion.   Back in March this year, we reported on fines totalling £7 million imposed by the Competition and Markets Authority on five companies who had operated a cartel within the office...
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Employment Law Updates
Minimum Wage Payable for Sleeping
Employers who have failed to pay workers the minimum wage face being served with a Notice of Underpayment which can require them to not only pay the arrears to the worker/workers but also pay a fine and be publicly named. Following the decision in Focus Care Agency v Roberts, we...
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Employment Law Updates
Illegality and the Right to Work
An employer is under an obligation to satisfy itself of an employee’s right to work, and the fines for failing to do this can be substantial. In a case in the Appeal tribunals, a case has been examined where an employer wrongly required evidence of the right to work of...
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