Faye RushSenior Associate
Advisor on all aspects of HR and employment law.
I am a senior associate in the pensions and employment team. I work across all of our sectors specialising in strategic advice for health and social care providers and housing organisations. I advise on all aspects of employment law and have a particular interest in supporting clients with complex technical issues providing practical and solution-focused advice.
I have substantial experience in providing complex technical advice regularly helping clients with issues around the application of TUPE; the National Minimum Wage; Working Time Regulations; restructures and changes to terms and conditions and complex whistleblowing matters. I enjoy working with clients on successfully implementing new working arrangements, and my recent experience includes supporting pay restructures and advising on complex holiday pay and rest break arrangements.
In so many ways the global pandemic has made running an organisation or business so much harder during these past 10 months.
The Court of Appeal held that no pro-rata mechanism was included in the Working Time Regulations 1998, and so part-year employees were entitled to 5.6 weeks’ paid holiday just like their colleagues wo
The case of Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd v Crawford  EWCA Civil 269 will not win awards for excitement but is useful guidance when dealing with workers’ rest periods under the WTR 1998.
We are no more than a few weeks into 2019, but already we are launched into the 'employee status' debate once again.
Under the Working Time Regulations (WTR) a worker is entitled to a 20 minute rest break away from their workstation if their daily working time exceeds six hours. However, there are limited circumstan
Under the terms of a service level agreement (SLA) Agilisys Contact Services Limited (“Agilisys”) recharged InHealth (London) Limited (“In-Health”) remuneration it paid to individuals jointly employed
When does it apply from? The calculation date for the applicable rate of pay for each pay reference period is the first day in the pay reference period.
This case concerned a charitable foundation in Norway, Stiftelsen Fossumkollektivet (SF). SF offers residential care for young people with drug and/or alcohol problems and has therapists living on site with the patients.
The facts An employee with 35 years’ service has been absent for 62 days due to post-viral fatigue. Following her return to work she is found to be suffering from fibromyalgia (a long-term condition with symptoms that include pain all over the body, fatigue, headaches and muscle stiffness).
Misconception 1: Following the European Court of Justice case of Tyco, my care workers are entitled to be paid for the time they spend travelling from home to their first appointment and from their last appointment back home.
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