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You may or may not know that the number of Employment Tribunal claims is rapidly on the rise. In our experience a lot of these new claims tend to be more complex. In particular discrimination claims. With mental health related issues unfortunately also being on the...read more
In this session we take a look at how to conduct a disciplinary process with an employee. This will include: A look at the basic law involved and the risks of not complying with it. How to conduct an investigation. How to conduct the disciplinary hearing. What factors...read more
In this session we take a look at recent developments in Employment Law and new changes that will be happening. We also look at the effect the pandemic has had on the workplace, in particular hybrid working and employees who don’t want to have the Covid-19 vaccine....read more
As the Government gradually relax the Covid restrictions, employers are having to look at the future of the workplace. Will they continue with homeworking? Will they want people back in the workplace or will it be a hybrid of the two? What does not seem in dispute is...read more
For a number of reasons, employers are seeing an increase in whistleblowing cases. It's important to note that employees don’t need any qualifying service to bring a whistleblowing claim and compensation is uncapped. Join us to explore how employees can bring...read more
Second date added! Due to the success of our recent session, and by popular demand, we are running the event on how to change employee terms and conditions for a second time. It will take place on Wednesday 12th May 9.30am - 10.30am. There are times when an employer...read more
There are times when an employer needs to consider making changes to an employee’s contract of employment. When customer's requirements change it could mean a change in a shift pattern, for example. Also, recently, we have been frequently asked about introducing...read more
Briefing – What does the Uber case actually mean for companies and organisations who have self-employed people?
On Wednesday 17th March, Uber announced it would be paying it's UK workers the minimum wage, as well as holiday pay and pension contributions. This is following a lengthy court battle. What was found in the case? In February, the Supreme Court, which is the highest...read more
At some point all employers have employees who are absent due to sickness. If absence is not managed well it can cause a number of issues. These include the following: The performance of the business or organisation can suffer. It can increase costs. It takes up...read more
Second date added! Due to the success of our recent session, and by popular demand, we are running the event on Protected Conversations for a second time. It will take place on Tuesday 23rd February, 14:00-15:00. Protected conversations are a way of being able to talk...read more
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