30 04, 2024

Webinar: Team Cohesion, Grievances and Mental Health: Review and Reflection

2024-04-30T09:01:47+00:00April 30th, 2024|Charities, Employment Law News, For Employers, Human Resources, Mediation, Unfair Dismissal|

Webinar Team Cohesion, Grievances and Mental Health: Review and Reflection Date           16 May 2024                                              Time           12:30 to 13:30                                   Location    Zoom RSVP             Please email katelawson@elementlaw.co.uk Many businesses are receiving an increased number of grievances being raised by employees against one or more colleagues. Frequently these employees [...]

8 04, 2024

New Law Alert : April 2024!

2024-04-08T16:02:09+00:00April 8th, 2024|Disability Discrimination, Employment Law News, For Employees, For Employers, Human Resources|

April 2024 brings with it many changes to HR and employment legislation. For those who were able to join me at our Employment Law Update webinar on 13 March 2024, this is a reminder of the key changes, now in force. Flexible Working Employees can now request flexible working from [...]

17 11, 2023

Significant Changes to Holiday Rules from 2024

2023-11-17T11:47:50+00:00November 17th, 2023|Employment Law News, For Employees, For Employers, Human Resources|

On 8 November 2023 the government finally responded to its consultation on reforms to the Working Time Regulations 1998, and at the same time published draft regulations which have been laid before Parliament. The proposed date for introduction of these changes is remarkably soon as 1 January 2024. These changes [...]

27 09, 2023

New Legislation – zero hours, agency, fixed term workers

2023-09-27T09:01:24+00:00September 27th, 2023|Employment Law News, For Employees, For Employers, Human Resources|

The Workers (Predictable Terms and Conditions) Act 2023 was passed on 18 September 2023, and introduces a new statutory right for workers to request a more predictable working pattern.  This act is not yet in force, and is expected to come into force in September 2024, giving employers a year [...]

5 09, 2023

ICO and ACAS Updates on Sickness Absence

2023-09-05T10:49:53+00:00September 5th, 2023|Charities, Disability Discrimination, Employment Law News, For Employees, For Employers, Human Resources, Privacy, Unfair Dismissal|

There have been two developments relating to sickness absence matters over the summer: ACAS has updated its Guidance on Sickness Absence which you can view here:  ACAS Sickness Absence Guidance The ACAS Sickness Absence Toolkit also contains some useful flowcharts and tips under the ‘assets’ section here: ACAS Sickness Absence [...]

24 07, 2023

Reasonable Adjustments considered for mental health and neurodiversity

2023-07-24T09:30:02+00:00July 24th, 2023|Disability Discrimination, Employment Law News, For Employers, Human Resources|

New ACAS Guidance ACAS has recently published guidance on Reasonable Adjustments for Mental Health, which you can read here:  https://www.acas.org.uk/reasonable-adjustments-for-mental-health This helpful guide sets out the definition of reasonable adjustments as well as examples, and gives practical advice to employees on requesting, and to employers on considering and responding to [...]

6 10, 2021

Podcast on Long-Term Health Conditions

2021-10-08T15:14:22+00:00October 6th, 2021|Employment Law News, For Employers, Podcasts|

Long-Term Health Conditions and potential Disabilities, including Long Covid In this podcast from Element Law, Kate Lawson talks with Helen Vals-Russell of Ergocom Vocational Rehabilitation Services about the key steps for employers to take in relation to employees’ suffering long-term health conditions.  Kate and Helen consider employer’s obligations and [...]

1 04, 2021

Podcast on Changes to the IR35 Rules

2021-04-06T09:32:42+00:00April 1st, 2021|Employment Law News, For Employers, Podcasts|

IR35 Rule Changes from April 2021 In this Podcast from Element Law, Kate Lawson talks with Sean Rustrick of the accounting firm Rustrick & Co about the new ‘IR35’ rules which from April 2021 will impact medium and large businesses which use the services of individuals through their personal [...]

4 03, 2021

Podcast on Mental Health and WFH

2021-10-07T18:21:11+00:00March 4th, 2021|Employment Law News, For Employees, For Employers, Podcasts|

Mental Health and WFH In this podcast from Element Law, Kate Lawson talks with Jenny King, HR Consultant from Iroko Consulting, about key considerations in relation to the mental health of homeworkers. With many organisations, from SME’s to multi-nationals, looking to continue a high degree of remote working into [...]

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