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Guide

School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document 2015

Every year the Department for Education re-issues the national School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD) and the accompanying statutory guidance on school teachers’ pay and conditions.

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Guide

Performance related pay appeals - governors

Whilst pay appeals may have been around for a long time in the public sector they are still relatively new to education so we need to consider what we can learn from the lessons of others who have gone before us.

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Legal update

16 January 2014 Whistleblowing: 'public interest' requirement


It is unlawful for an employer to subject one of its workers to a detriment (including threats, disciplinary action, loss of work or pay, or damage to career prospects) or dismissal on the ground that they have made a protected disclosure (section 47B(1), Employment Rights Act 1996).

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Legal update

15 January 2014 New TUPE Regulations

In January of this year the Government announced a consultation to review the TUPE Regulations.

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Introducing the HR conference

There is training and more at our annual HR conference for schools and academies…

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Guide

FAQs - HR Services

HR Services from Browne Jacobson is specifically designed for schools and academies and delivered by professionals with extensive schools experience.

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Legal update

3 December 2012 Employment start date

When does an employees employment start?

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Legal update

13 September 2012 Changing the last pay day before a business transfer is a measure requiring consultation

The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE) protect employees in most business transfers and changes in contractors, so that the employment of those in the business or of the out-going contractor transfers to the new owner or contractor.

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Legal update

11 August 2011 Employment considerations in riot hit retail districts

Following the unprecedented rioting this week, retailers will need to consider how to deal with employees who cannot work because the store is damaged, or who cannot get to work because of transport difficulties.

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Legal update

29 July 2011 Actual agreement trumps written terms

The Supreme Court has clarified that a written contract which makes it look as if a person is a contractor and not an employee may be disregarded if the evidence shows that a different agreement was reached.

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