Employment

26/10/2017 0 comments 459 views

The Government recently commissioned a Report which has today been published; ‘Thriving at Work: a review of mental health and employers’. The Report sets out what employers can do to...
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25/10/2017 0 comments 370 views

The recent case of Agoreyo v London Borough of Lambeth [2017] EWHC 2019 (QB) is a reminder to employers that suspension of an employee could amount to a breach of...
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09/10/2017 0 comments 328 views

A recent ACAS report calls for more flexible working for parents returning to work after parental leave The report, Flexible Working for Parents Returning to Work – Maintaining career development,...
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28/09/2017 0 comments 457 views

In 2013, the government introduced ‘protected conversations’, to make it easier for employers to talk with employees over difficult issues at work. The definition is set out at 111A of...
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11/09/2017 0 comments 438 views

A recent Tribunal case against supermarket giant Asda has shone the spotlight on the importance and consequences of establishing correct rates of pay for men and women. The Asda Case...
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17/08/2017 0 comments 434 views

There is a misconception that you only require Employment Law assistance when you have been unfairly dismissed or when you have a definite claim to bring. That is incorrect. We...
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17/08/2017 0 comments 354 views

We frequently meet with new employers who seek assistance when managing staff issues in the workplace. We advise on all aspects of Employment Law which can be from reviewing your...
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17/08/2017 0 comments 498 views

It has been reported of a marked increase in the number of pregnancy and maternity discrimination claims being brought to the Employment Tribunal. Section 18 of the Equality Act 2010...
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04/08/2017 0 comments 551 views

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has handed down its decision in the long awaited case of Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council v Mr G Willetts and Others (UKEAT/0334/16/JOJ). The EAT has held...
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28/07/2017 0 comments 377 views

On the morning of Wednesday 26 July, Britain’s highest Court handed down its judgment in the long awaited decision of the challenge by Unison to the legalities of the government’s...
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