1. UK Supreme Court judgment re employment status and vicarious liability - Barclays Bank plc v Various Claimants [SupCrt EW] 01.04.20 (Unreported)
  2. Vicarious liability and data protection breaches (Supreme Court decision in Morrisons case) - WM Morrison Supermarkets plc v Various Claimants [SupCrt EW] 01.04.20 (Unreported)
  3. National Living Wage increase raises income of low-paid workers
  4. COVID-19: Government Support Schemes for Businesses
  5. Morrisons vendetta staff leak ends in no compensation
  6. Posted Workers (Agency Workers) Regulations 2020. SI 2020/384
  7. English High Court decision re disciplinary proceedings - Smo v Hywel Dda University Health Board [QBD] 26.03.20 (Unreported)
  8. Coronavirus: the Commission mobilises all of its resources to protect lives and livelihoods
  9. MSPs urged to ensure axing 100 jobs is not a breach of contract
  10. ET procedure: FAQs re matters arising from pandemic - The Employment Tribunals in England and Wales and in Scotland: FAQs arising from the Covid-19 pandemic
  11. Business changes that affect payment of Statutory Parental Bereavement Pay
  12. COVID-19: guidance for employees, employers and businesses
  13. Employee circumstances that affect payment of Statutory Parental Bereavement Pay
  14. Holiday Pay: Guidance on calculating holiday pay for workers without fixed hours or pay
  15. ECJ judgment under EU Equal Treatment Directive - CO v Comune di Gesturi (2020) (C-670/18) [ECJ] 02.04.20 (Unreported)
  16. Statutory Parental Bereavement Pay and Leave: employer guide
  17. Coronavirus (COVID-19): advice for employers and employees: using holiday
  18. Council 'a £100k loser' at tribunal
  19. Furloughed UK employees cleared to undertake extra work
  20. Hospitality workers hit by service charge exclusion in support scheme
  21. Coronavirus Update: Carry over of statutory leave and holiday during Furlough
  22. Pregnant women threatened with being sacked if they follow government guidelines, warn senior lawyers
  23. Employment Appeal Tribunal: Hearing Arrangements from 16 April 2020
  24. Business bridles at rollout of points-based immigration system
  25. EAT amendment rules as result of coronavirus - Employment Appeal Tribunal (Coronavirus) (Amendment) Rules 2020. SI 2020/415
  26. Carluccio’s: the High Court issues timely guidance on the relationship between furlough, contractual variation and the administration of insolvent companies.
  27. Furlough scheme cut-off date extended to 19 March
  28. Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: case re availability to administrators - Re Carluccio's Ltd (In Administration) [ChD] 13.04.20 (Unreported)
  29. Business leaders call for urgent clarification over 'conflicting' Covid-19 advice
  30. Apply to enter a trade union on the Certification Officer's list
  31. Priti Patel faces unfair dismissal claim from Philip Rutnam
  32. Online tool to calculate financial support for business - Financial support for businesses during coronavirus (COVID-19)
  33. Administrators, job retention scheme participation and adoption of employment contracts - Re Debenhams Retail Ltd (In Administration) [ChD] 17.04.20 (Unreported)
  34. Furlough: Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme
  35. Workplaces to face fines if distancing rules ignored
  36. Gender pay gap rules 'make no difference'
  37. Sexual orientation discrimination case: homophobic comments on radio programme - Judgment in Case C-507/18 (NH v Associazione Avvocatura per i diritti LGBTI-Rete Lenford). No 48/20
  38. Furloughed workers to receive full parental leave entitlement
  39. Disabled clerical officer wins more than £250,000 for unfair dismissal
  40. COVID-19: guidance for the workplace
  41. Shared parental leave and pay: employers' technical guide
  42. Lords committee report re IR35 etc. - 1st Report of Session 2019-20: Off-payroll working: treating people fairly HL Paper No.50
  43. Disabled worker wins record payout
  44. New government guidance – get your sponsor licence in place now
  45. Employment Law Hearing Structures: Report.HC Paper No.308 (Session 2019/21); Law Com No 390
  46. Employers face legal action if reopened workplaces unsafe