1. Extensions of time for cross-appeals (EAT decision) - Tywyn Primary School Governing Body v Aplin [EAT] 10.10.18 (Unreported)
  2. Autumn 2018 Budget: what do employers need to know?
  3. Parental bereavement leave and pay consultation: government response
  4. Vow to shame bad employers
  5. 'Whistleblowing' imam launches legal fight over sacking at mosque
  6. Making a living is easier, and people are happier, if firms pay a proper wage
  7. PM promises overhaul of gig economy workers' rights
  8. Working time: ECJ judgment re right to allowance in lieu of annual leave - Kreuziger v Land Berlin and Max-Planck-Gesellschaft zur Forderung der Wissenschaften eV v Tetsuji Shimizu (C-619/16 and C-684/16) [ECJ] 06.11.18 (Unreported)
  9. Right of deceased employee's heirs to allowance in lieu of unpaid annual leave - Stadt Wuppertal v Bauer and another (C-569/16 and C-570/16) [ECJ]
  10. BEIS guidance on calculating National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage - National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage: Calculating the Minimum Wage
  11. Pension rights and part-time work (ECJ judgment) - Dermod Patrick O'Brien v Ministry of Justice (2018) (C-432/17) [ECJ] 07.11.18 (Unreported)
  12. Employment Rights (Amendment) (EU Exit) (No. 2) Regulations 2018. Draft
  13. Judge appeals for funds to fight judiciary whistleblowing ruling
  14. Will ethnicity pay reporting become mandatory for employers?
  15. ECJ judgment on freedom to provide services and posted workers - Cepelnik d.o.o. v Vavti (2018) (Case C-33/17) [ECJ] 13.11.18 (Unreported)
  16. Court rules Addison Lee drivers are workers, not self-employed
  17. National Library accused of forcing out older staff
  18. Gender pay equality
  19. Severe weather: fair work charter
  20. Employment status of drivers for professional private hire taxi firm - Addison Lee Ltd v Lange [EAT] 14.11.18 (Unreported)
  21. Bus driver wins compensation for unfair dismissal after handling cocaine from contaminated cash
  22. Voluntary Reporting on Disability, Mental Health and Wellbeing
  23. Whether health professional had breached contract of employment - Jain v Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust [QBD (Admin)] 13.11.18 (Unreported)
  24. £1m payout by employment tribunal for victim of racial bias at hospital
  25. 88-year-old claims age discrimination
  26. National Gallery sued in latest employment status case
  27. Young People's Pathways: a progress report on Developing the Young Workforce. SP Paper 433; 6th Report, 2018 (Session 5)
  28. Boots worker wins payout after depression joke
  29. Points-based immigration: how does it work and could it apply to EU workers coming to the UK from 2021?