How to manage redundancies: practical steps
In our second episode, Trevor Bettany, Sophie Lockwood and Amelia Goodwin look at the practice side of carrying out a redundancy exercise including making the announcement, collective and individual consultation, scoring and dismissal.
Meet the team
Employment and GDPR - Landed Estates and Heritage Property Webinar Series: Part 4
All things employment and returning to 'normal' and a data protection update (focusing on back to work issues).
Planning for EU to UK Work & Business Travel
Following our webinar on post-Brexit UK work and business mobility, please join us for the first in our series of follow up mini-webinars.
The UK’s post-Brexit rules for skilled workers – Key implications for the construction industry
As a result of the new Points Based Immigration System , UK companies in the construction sector will not be able to sponsor labourers.
How to manage redundancies: employee rights on redundancy
What rights do employees have when a redundancy exercise is carried out?
Michael Powner quoted by Personnel Today on the implications of the Uber Supreme Court ruling on the gig economy
While the case is fact specific, the decision is likely to be a very persuasive authority for tribunals ruling on others in the gig economy.
Michael Powner quoted by Bloomberg, PA Media and People Management on the Supreme Court's ruling on the employment status of Uber drivers
The Supreme Court unanimously found that Uber drivers are workers under UK law.
Nick Hurley quoted by the Daily Mirror on 'no jab, no job' policies
'No jab, no job' may seem clear and concise, but mandatory policies requiring the Covid-19 vaccine are far from straightforward.
EMI share options, Covid-19, and Brexit – where are we now?
What are the new measures to employers operating EMI schemes that have been affected by the pandemic?
How to manage redundancies: initial planning
What should employers consider when preparing for a redundancy situation?
Post-Brexit Implications for UK/EU Business Travel
How companies need to monitor the activities of their employees on business trips in a post-Brexit world.
Trevor Bettany quoted by People Management on the use of 'fire and rehire' tactics
Trevor Bettany considers questions around the legalities of ‘fire and rehire’ tactics.
Anisha Vyas writes for City AM on the legal issues around mandatory vaccination policies
Nick Hurley quoted by SmallBusiness.co.uk on the legal issues around implementing mandatory vaccination policies
As the Covid-19 vaccine rollout continues, Nick Hurley considers whether employers can make it mandatory for staff to get the jab.
Employment update 2021: the year ahead
We set out a timeline of the key changes expected for the year ahead in employment law, and how to best prepare for them.
Restaurants must keep innovating to survive the impact of another lockdown
The EU-UK Trade & Cooperation Agreement is not a meaningful replacement of free movement
The TCA is vastly limited compared to free movement and simply extends the business visitor category.
UK Government considering a crackdown on unfair employment contract clauses
Covid-19 Vaccination – can an employer make it compulsory for employees?
Complying with Health and Safety regulations will mean mandatory Covid-19 vaccination for employees?
Tackling Recruitment & Potential Racial Discrimination under the UK’s new Post-Brexit Immigration System
What the new Skilled Worker route and the UK's new immigration system will mean for UK employers & their recruitment practices?