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Changes to the National Minimum Wage 2024

The rates for the national minimum wage from April 2024 have been announced and there is one major change that employers need to note...
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Neuro divergence and work

What should employers be considering with a neuro divergent workforce?
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New Sexual Harassment Laws

New Sexual Harassment Laws. The new law, contained in the Worker Protection (Amendment of Equality Act 2010) Act 2023, will come into force in October ...
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Employer wins employment tribunal claim following incorrect expenses claims made by an ex-employee

Employer wins employment tribunal claim following incorrect expenses claims made by an ex-employee. An interesting case hit the news headlines last week..
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Change to the law: Right to predictable working pattern

Change to the law: Right to predictable working pattern. Workers will be able to request a predictable work pattern from 2024
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New Government Guidance on Fit Notes for Employers

New Government Guidance on Fit Notes for Employers. Fit notes have undergone significant changes in the last 18 months; including a new version of the ...
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When can a heated discussion turn into constructive dismissal?

When can a heated discussion turn into constructive dismissal? Constructive unfair dismissal guidance from a recent Tribunal case...
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Is it indirect discrimination to dismiss an employee for refusing to work weekends?

Is it indirect discrimination to dismiss an employee for refusing to work weekends? Mrs Dobson V Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust [2023] 5 WLUK 624...
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Can a statutory redundancy payment be restored if an employee refuses suitable alternative employment and then changes their mind?

In a recent case of Love v M B Farm Produce Ltd ET/2304946/2022, the Employment Tribunal held that an employee’s entitlement to a statutory redundancy ...
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Sickness Absence Rates in the UK Hit 10-Year High

How do employers deal with high sickness absence rates? According to new survey findings from the CIPD and Simplyhealth (2023), UK employees were absent for ...
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What is the process for dealing with allegations of misconduct?

How should employers handle a situation with misconduct at work? When an employer has been made aware of a potential misconduct issue, it is common ...
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Male employee told to “man-up” by senior management wins sex discrimination claim

Male employee told to “man-up” by senior management wins sex discrimination claim. The recent case of Mr Marsh v Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust...
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