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Protected conversations - the EAT rules the existence and content of discussions are not admissible
In July 2013 a new provision, s111A, was inserted into the Employment Rights Act.
Supreme Court holds that mistreatment on the basis of a particular immigration status does not amount to race discrimination
The particular immigration status of an individual can have the effect of perpetuating vulnerability in a working environment.
Proposals to extend self-certification to 14 days - a skiver's charter?
New recommendations from Medical professionals addresses concerns over GP’s workloads.
What does Brexit mean for employers?
The Brexit vote leaves the UK with a huge amount of uncertainty, but there is potential for significant change for employment relationships.
What does Brexit mean for Retail employers?
There is potential for significant change to UK employment law. But what is likely to happen? And how does this affect the retail sector?
Justice Committee report concludes employment tribunal fees have had significant adverse effect on access to justice.
The introduction in 2013 of employment tribunal fees has been controversial from the start.
Guidance on Income Payment Orders
Jason Freedman and Aziz Abdul successfully secured an Income Payments Order (“IPO”) on behalf of the Trustee in Bankruptcy.
Mental health awareness in the workplace - how to address the £30 billion problem
In the last few years we have seen an increase in the number of claims being made by employees due to mental health problems.
Communicate with care when employee on stress-related sick leave
Employers should tread cautiously when raising potential performance issues with an employee on sick leave with work-related stress.
Two cases on the “loose” causal connection to establish discrimination arising from disability - Ensure you have a defence
There have been two recent decisions from the EAT on the test to establish a claim of discrimination arising from a disability.