If you are an employee considering whether to pursue a claim against your employer, which can be a daunting task, there are a lot of factors that need to be considered. Here is a step by step guide to lodging an Employment Tribunal Claim..
Communicating via WhatsApp messages in the workplace is becoming a popular way for colleagues to communicate with each other, this can however lead to problems in the workplace and put employers at risk of legal claims…
As promised the government published the revised and updated guidance on the Job Retention Scheme, commonly known as the Furlough Scheme, late on Tuesday 10th November 2020.
Employer’s Talent Pool and Indirect Age Discrimination: A recent tribunal case, Ryan v South West Ambulance Services NHS Trust, considered whether an employer’s talent pool, could amount to indirect discrimination.
It is important to consider how to continue to foster those internal relationships amongst colleagues and keep your team happy whilst they are working from home…
It is hard to believe that it was only in 1995 that the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 was passed, making it unlawful to discriminate against someone because of their disability.
The guidance on the furlough scheme extension has been published and it is different in several ways to the previous version of the scheme. If you are planning to make a claim under the scheme and furlough staff it is important you understand the details of what you can and cannot claim for.
It was announced on Saturday 31st October that, along with a second lockdown the furlough scheme would continue with support available for employers to pay employees at the rate of 80%.
In this episode of the podcast I cover a run down on what we know about the Job Support Scheme currently. The new scheme aimed at supporting ‘viable’ jobs is available for qualifying employers from the 1st November 2020. What do you need to know about the scheme so far?
In light of the increasing number of covid-19 cases in the UK, and increasing number of people with symptoms who are self-isolating whilst waiting for a text result, or are doing so on advice from the NHS, many employers are once again asking “what do I pay an employee who is self-isolating?”.