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A new study has revealed that Scottish workers across the UK have the longest working day and that on average, Scottish workers work eight weeks extra per year with no extra payment.

The survey found that on average, Scottish workers work for more than 30 minutes more than the national average per day with two-thirds of those working in Scotland stating that they put in more effort and time than expected or is required. Applying the figures throughout the year, Scottish workers effectively work for eight weeks more per year than other UK workers.


The Royal Courts of Justice have given permission for trade union UNISON to have a Judicial Review hearing over the introduction of fees for claims in Employment Tribunals and Employment Appeal Tribunals. The fees have been introduced with effect from 29th July 2013 and the hearing is due to take place in October.


The Government has published details of a package of measures it intends to implement as part of the Parliament-long Review of Employment Law and through the employment-related law Red Tape Challenge.


Our news section aims to keep you up to date with employment law issues that effect both employers and employees. We will monitor updates on legislation, new case law of significant consequence and news in the local area that has any relevance to employment law issues.


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