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JPP Law Blog

Employment Law
Police officer wins claim over pay for shared parental leave

A police force discriminated against a male officer by paying him less while he was on shared parental leave than a woman would have received while on maternity leave.

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Cycle courier deemed to be a ‘worker’ entitled to holiday pay

A cycle courier with a taxi firm was a 'worker' rather than a self-employed contractor and so was entitled to holiday pay.

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HMRC targets firms failing to pay minimum wage rates

HMRC is continuing to clamp down on firms that fail to pay the National Minimum Wage and is urging underpaid workers to come forward and complain.

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Disabled employee wins claim over ‘forced evening work’

A disabled employee has won a constructive dismissal claim after his employer 'forced' him to work evenings.

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