1. Workers with direct contact with the public must speak fluent English
  2. EAT unfair dismissal re comments made by employee on social media - British Waterways Board (t/a Scottish Canals) v Smith [EAT] 03.08.15 (Unreported)
  3. War of words erupts over the future of wages board
  4. Are employees in Scotland more likely to receive their holiday entitlement?
  5. Police age discrimination case - Harrod v Chief Constable of the West Midlands [EAT] 08.07.15 (Unreported)
  6. Working Together for a Fairer Scotland: Scottish Government Response to the Working Together Review
  7. Devolve powers over union rights to protect workers from Tory attack
  8. New ACAS equality guides
  9. No special rules for social media cases
  10. Employment Law DIY – work/life balance and competing applications for flexibility
  11. EAT decision on temporary agency workers - Coles v Ministry of Defence [EAT] 31.07.15 (Unreported)
  12. Employment tribunal rules and the ECHR: Court of Appeal judgment - Kiani v Secretary of State for the Home Department [CA] 21.07.15 (Unreported)
  13. 'Jaw jaw' in the workplace is obviously better than 'war war', so use mediation not conflict
  14. Fixed-term contracts case - Ibarz v University of Sheffield [EAT] 07.05.15 (Unreported)
  15. EAT decision re jurisdiction and appplicable law - Ministry of Defence v Holloway [EAT] 28.07.15 (Unreported)
  16. Care manager wins £60,000 tribunal payout
  17. National Living Wage guidance issued - National Living Wage (NLW)
  18. New study reveals gender pay gap widespread at managerial level
  19. Making fit notes ‘fit’ for purpose: will the new Fit for Work scheme help?
  20. Employment Tribunal Fees: Here to Stay?
  21. Judicial review of employment tribunal fees dismissed by Court of Appeal - R. (on the application of Unison) v Lord Chancellor [CA] 26.08.15 (Unreported)
  22. The cost of “bogus” self-employment contracts