EAT: clause in contract deducting a month’s pay for failure to work notice not an unenforceable ‘penalty clause’ –

Posted June 20th, 2014 in contract of employment, news, penalties, remuneration by tracey

‘A clause in a contract of employment permitting an employer to deduct one month’s pay in respect of a departing employee’s failure to work her notice period was not a “penalty clause”, and was therefore enforceable, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has ruled.’

Full story, 17th June 2014