|11th Jul 2019||Suspending an employee from work - issues to consider
The Court of Appeal recently held that there is no breach of the implied term of trust and confidence where there is reasonable and proper cause to suspend
|11th Jul 2019||Freedom of Information – vexatious and costly requests
The Act offers procedural exemptions under section 14, relating to repeat and vexatious requests; and section 12, relating to excessive costs
|11th Jul 2019||College oversight in the era of insolvency
On 22 May 2019 Hadlow College became the first College to be placed into Education Administration following an application by the Secretary of State
|11th Jul 2019||New funding for further education will come with strings attached
FE will need to contend with scrutiny from The Office for Students to access funding prescribed by The Augar Review
|9th Nov 2018||Local Authority Pension Transfers
A brief guide to the transfer of employees who are members of a Local Authority Pension Scheme
|11th Oct 2018||College mergers & pensions
The government’s post 16 area review programme required colleges to consider their future, with increasing encouragement to merge.
|11th Oct 2018||Does an Employer have to enhance Shared Parental Pay?
The decision by the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) in Capita Customer Management Limited v Ali provided welcome clarity on shared parental leave pay (“ShPP”)
|11th Oct 2018||Proposals for ending sexual harassment at work
Recommendations have been recently announced by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) to tackle the problem of sexual harassment at work.