Holiday pay: The never-ending story continues

Employment Law Journal | February 2018

The ECJ has held that employers‘ liability to compensate workers for unpaid holiday where they have been wrongly classified as self-employed can span the entire engagement, explain Katie Clark and Paul McGrath

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Covert Recordings: What’s the secret?

Employment Law Journal | June 2014

Clandestine recordings of private discussions at workplace disciplinary and grievance hearings may be admissible in employment tribunal proceedings, report Sharon Tan and Paul McGrath

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