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The claimant was dismissed by reason of gross misconduct and in particular.
We have recently employed someone who is subject to a 6 month probationary period. Can we wait until their probationary period of 6 months has elapsed before auto-enrolling them in our pension scheme?
Is it ever appropriate for an employer to argue frustration of contract, for example, if an employee is given a prison sentence of 3 or more years for an offence that is no way connected with their employment?
An employee who works with us handed in her resignation two weeks ago and proceeded to work her required notice period and is currently still in employment. This employee has now reneged and has requested to withdraw her resignation. Does the employer have an obligation to fulfil the employee’s request?
I work in an organisation which requires all male employees to wear a tie when attending business meetings and conferences on behalf of the company. One of our managers refuses to wear a tie. How should we deal with this?
What are the implications of Brexit for Northern Ireland’s employers?
How does a business deal with public holidays if they don't open for business on Monday? Are employees entitled to be compensated for Public Holidays that fall on Mondays or any other days on which an employer doesn’t open, or is an employee to be compensated if s/he is not contracted to work, even if the employer is open?
Are employers obliged to pay holiday pay even when it has not been accrued, for example in the case of a new employee who takes a week off before they have accrued sufficient holiday entitlement to cover the full week?
Please provide some guidelines on current retirement legislation as regards employment contracts
What are the legal implications for workers who normally work only during the day but may be required to do an infrequent night shift?
Do variation clauses in a contract of employment give an employer a unilateral right to make reasonable changes that go to the root of the employment terms, e.g. relocation and redundancy terms?