Amelia Goodwin wrote for Civil Society on a recent employment tribunal ruling which determined that an anxiety state constitutes a disability for the purposes of the Equality Act 2010
Amelia Goodwin has written for Civil Society on a recent employment tribunal ruling which found that anxiety constitutes a disability for the purposes of the Equality Act 2010. Read more below.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises shareholders of eCommonSense on sale to ECI Software Solutions
eCommonSense is a technology solutions provider focused on the construction and building materials supply sectors.
Amelia Goodwin and Georgina O'Sullivan write for P3 Pharmacy on the key to managing performance
Day-to-day management is time consuming enough, so if you have a workforce with no apparent issues, performance may not be on your radar.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises the founders of Compandben on the sale of the business to TopSource Worldwide
Compandben is one of the longest established international providers of employment solutions.
Sophie Lockwood writes for Employment Law Journal on the challenges for employers when managing the return from furlough
With the CJRS ending on 30 September 2021, many employers are turning their minds to managing employees’ return from furlough.
Charles Russell Speechlys Hong Kong successfully defends equal opportunities action brought against Novartis
We have successfully defended NYSE-listed healthcare company Novartis against an equal opportunities action filed by a former employee.
The Tip of the Iceberg of Changes to a Modern Hospitality Industry? Hospitality staff entitled to keep all tips under new rules
Flexible working requests: 5 tips for employers
Pro bono partnership with Atkins and Z2K sees successful first Disability Benefit Appeals case
Charles Russell Speechlys launched our partnership with Atkins and Zacchaeus 2000 Trust to take on Disability Benefit Appeals cases.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Acora on acquisition of Westgate IT
Westgate IT specialises in providing IT support to businesses in the South West.
Nick Hurley quoted by the Society for HR Management on the UK government's proposals to prevent workplace sexual harassment
The U.K. government introduced legislation in July 2021 for employers to take proactive steps to prevent sexual harassment on the job.
Returning to work post-lockdown: FAQs for employers
We look at some of the main issues employers may face and the key steps to consider as restrictions ease.
Covid passports - are they workable or just a shambles?
Face coverings at work post lockdown
While the legal requirement has been lifted, employers may consider face coverings as an appropriate safety measure in certain workplaces.
Pro bono advice helps charity acquire properties for homeless people
Transform is a Surrey-based charity providing housing and support to more than 1,700 homeless and vulnerable people every year.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Apposite Capital on acquisition of i2a Diagnostics
i2a is a leading provider of laboratory instruments, software and reagents for the clinical microbiology market in France.
Brace yourselves: dentists could be liable for actions of self-employed staff
Nick Hurley interviewed by GB News on the legal ramifications of employers insisting employees have the COVID-19 vaccine
Nick considers the potential dangers of employers setting a precedent by adopting a 'No Jab, No Job' policy.
Government to introduce duty on employers to prevent sexual harassment
Michael Powner writes for People Management and explains how employers can carry out an equal pay audit
How do employers carry out an equal pay audit?
Charles Russell Speechlys become a Corporate Member of Philanthropy Impact
Charles Russell Speechlys are delighted to become a Corporate Member of Philanthropy Impact.