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Smarter Choices Newsletter - September 2014
Latest update on shared parental leave, holiday pay and zero hours contracts
More details published on the new scheme for working parents, judgments on holiday pay awaited from the courts, and the government asks for ideas on how to ensure the ban on exclusivity clauses is observed.
News that, in the new 2014 Who's Who Legal, Graeme Kirk of Gross & Co is ranked for Corporate Immigration. He is the only Solicitor in the region to receive a ranking for this Practice Area.
Based in the purpose-built Jerwood DanceHouse that opened in 2009 on the Ipswich waterfront, DanceEast brings world-class dance to the East of England.
At GBC Custom Clothiers we design and tailor unique suits, shirts and casual wear using the world's finest wools, silks, linens, tweeds and cottons.
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has handed down its decision in Lock v British Gas, holding that commission payments fall within the concept of normal pay and should therefore be taken into account when calculating the holiday pay to which a worker is entitled.
Leading food manufacturer Lamb Weston has been named Employer of the Year by Cambridge Regional College for its commitment to staff training.
Duogram HD was launched almost a year ago and has already been used on a variety of documents including Education certificates, Land registry documents, ID cards, Access control cards and Government Tax documents.
TPR flexes its muscles The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has published compliance and enforcement details that show it has had to use its formal powers to ensure employers comply with their auto-enrolment duties a total of 23 times.