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24 11, 2020

Podcast on Redundancies & Settlements

2020-11-26T17:56:31+00:00November 24th, 2020|Employment Law News, For Employers, Human Resources, Unfair Dismissal|

Redundancy Programmes & Settlement Agreements In this podcast Kate explains the essential aspects of a redundancy programme, and what is involved in completing a settlement agreement. A must-listen for anyone facing redundancy.

24 11, 2020

Podcast – FAQs on Employment Tribunals

2020-11-26T17:48:36+00:00November 24th, 2020|For Employees, Human Resources, Podcast - Employees, Unfair Dismissal|

The Tribunal Process In this podcast Kate explores the key elements of the employment tribunal process, addressing some of the most frequently asked questions from employees considering taking their employers to tribunal and employers defending claims in a tribunal hearing and witnesses.

26 02, 2019

Holiday Pay, Maternity Protection, Defamation

2019-03-07T13:01:15+00:00February 26th, 2019|Employment Law News, For Employers, Human Resources|

In the news this month: Holiday Pay, Defamation Allegations and Whistleblowing, Anonymity in Tribunal Judgements, Pay Gap Reporting, Brexit Bills on Immigration, Increases to Statutory Pay, Maternity Protections and the Senior Managers Regime. Holiday Pay Hein v Albert [...]

12 12, 2018

Workers’ Rights, GDPR, Office Banter & No-Deal Brexit Policy

2018-12-13T16:15:15+00:00December 12th, 2018|Charities, Employment Law News, For Employees, For Employers, Human Resources|

In the news this month: In the new this month: Taking Holidays, Part-Time Workers’ Fair Treatment, Workers' Rights, Officer Banter and Harassment, GDPR and Emails, Whistleblowing and Banks, Work Life after #MeToo and EU Nationals' Rights on no-deal Brexit. Taking Holiday Kreuziger [...]

8 11, 2018

Autumn Budget, Dismissals, Employment Liability & Qualifications Post Brexit

2019-01-17T09:46:32+00:00November 8th, 2018|Employment Law News, For Employees, For Employers, Human Resources, Unfair Dismissal|

In the news this month: In the news this month: Autumn Budget, whistleblower dismissals, social events and employer liability, data breach by aggrieved employee, proposed rules on worker’s tips, mandatory Ethnicity Pay Reporting plans, and recognition of professional qualifications post-Brexit. Autumn Budget: Key [...]

9 10, 2018

Bereavement, Partnerships, Tribunals and Self-Employment

2018-10-09T11:45:35+00:00October 9th, 2018|Employment Law News, For Employees, For Employers, Human Resources|

In the news this month: Parental Bereavement Leave, Salaried Partner was not an employee, Tribunal Claims on the increase, No change to self-employed NIC’s, Mental Health in the Workplace initiative, possible end to Auto-Enrolment on Brexit, and tackling the Gender Paygap Right to [...]

23 04, 2018

Pre-Cancerous Condition Deemed Disability

2018-08-01T09:42:49+00:00April 23rd, 2018|Disability Discrimination, Employment Law News, For Employees, For Employers, Human Resources, Mediation|

Kate Lawson THIS ISSUE: Increase in ET Claims, Deemed Disability, Retirement Benefits, Notice Pay, References, Pregnancy and Shared Parental Pay Early Conciliation Figures up by 500 Per Week Acas has published an update on employment disputes looking at the period from April to December 2017. This shows [...]

14 03, 2018

High Costs of On-call Time

2018-07-25T08:17:13+00:00March 14th, 2018|Employment Law News, For Employers, Human Resources, Privacy|

THIS ISSUE: NMW and other pay rate increases for 2018/19, On-call time, GDPR Taylor Review Response – Itemised Payslips The draft Employment Rights Act 1996 (Itemised Pay Statement) (Amendment) (No 2) Order 2018 extends the right to itemised payslip to all workers, not just employees, and allows for enforcement [...]

9 02, 2018

Morrisons in the News, and other Privacy issues

2018-07-25T08:18:03+00:00February 9th, 2018|Charities, Disability Discrimination, Employment Law News, For Employees, For Employers, Human Resources, Privacy|

THIS ISSUE: Cameras and Privacy, Data Breaches, Perceived Disability and Whistleblowing Lecture theatre cameras an invasion of Privacy In the case of Antović and Mirković v Montenegro, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) considered whether a University installing surveillance cameras in their student auditoriums (to ensure the safety of [...]

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