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Was it unfair to dismiss an employee charged with a serious criminal offence committed outside of work?

An interesting case that seems to arise fairly frequently for employers!  This was the question asked by the Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case of …

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The importance of following up on information provided by new employees

Do you follow up on all of the information provided by new recruits when they start work? Do you have a process for checking forms …

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Childless employees in the workplace: What should you consider?

Should employers be concerned or sensitive to this issue? I was recently asked a question about childlessness and childless staff, and whether employers needed to …

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Why I am afraid of ‘dabblers’!

Please think carefully about who you seek advice from   I felt compelled to write this article after once again hearing from a fellow professional …

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Changes to Employment Law in April 2020

 What do employers need to know? On 6 April 2020, new employment laws will be coming into force which all employers need to know about. …

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Five myths about…..maternity leave and pay

Essential Information for Employers Most employers will know about the rights and protections afforded to women who are pregnant or on maternity leave.   However, there …

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The Coronavirus: What do employers need to do?

Key risks in a Pandemic or crisis The Coronavirus continues to cause widespread panic around the world while world leaders continue to disagree over the …

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How to deal with personal relationships at work

Employee relationships We spend a great deal of time with our colleagues and sharing the highs and lows of working life means that we often form …

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Should an employer dictate what can and cannot be discussed at work?

Firms urged to crack down on office football chat The football season is well underway, and Liverpool appear to be on course for their first …

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Pregnancy, maternity and redundancy: Your questions answered

What do you need to know? In a recent case before the Southampton Employment Tribunal, beauty company, Liz Earle (based near our Head Office on …

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Employment law in the news: January 2020

A round-up of some of employment law cases that have been covered in the news recently Ethical veganism protected by discrimination laws An Employment Tribunal …

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Injunction obtained by suspended employee

Important considerations when suspending an employee I advise both employer and employees about employment law and HR and one of the most frustrating things I …

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