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All
  • All
  • Best practice for employers
  • Bullying at Work
  • Disability Discrimination
  • Disciplinary Procedures & Dismissals
  • Discrimination & Equality
  • Employee Resources
  • Employer Resources
  • Employment Contracts
  • Employment Tribunal Claims
  • Family Rights at Work
  • Furlough and the Coronavirus
  • General HR Advice
  • General Updates
  • Grievances & the Grievance Procedure
  • Handbooks & Employment Policies
  • Harassment
  • Holiday Pay
  • Reasonable Adjustments
  • Recruitment
  • Redundancy
  • Settlement Agreement
  • Sickness Absence
  • Wages & Pay
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Best practice for employers

Sacked for a Sandwich

Is it fair to dismiss someone for stealing a sandwich? A common disciplinary area that arises is when an employee is accused of alleged theft.
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Best practice for employers

Protection of philosophical beliefs at work

Tribunal finds University Professor was discriminated against because of gender critical philosophical beliefs. An Employment Tribunal recently found that...
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Best practice for employers

Does a harassment claim transfer to a new employer?

Does a harassment claim transfer to a new employer? A recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case covers whether liability for harassment transfers under TUPE ..
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Best practice for employers

Holiday Pay for Irregular Hours & Part-Year Workers – What’s New?

Holiday Pay for Irregular Hours & Part-Year Workers. The government has introduced reforms to simplify holiday entitlement and holiday pay calculations..
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Best practice for employers

Can Legal Expenses Insurance Fund My Employment Tribunal Case?

Some legal expenses insurance contains legal cover for representation in the Employment Tribunal. Not many people are aware, but you may find that you have...
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Best practice for employers

Substance Abuse and Work

What do employers need to consider about substance abuse? An area where employers and managers feel out of there comfort zone is ...
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Best practice for employers

New Employment Laws to come into force in April 2024

New Employment Laws to come into force in April 2024. Changes to employment law that all employers need to know. The new year has ...
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General Updates

Celebrating 10 Years

Real Employment Law Advice reaches milestone decade in business We have recently been celebrating our 10 year anniversary.
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Best practice for employers

Insults in the workplace

The case of Mr A Finn v The British Bung Manufacturing Company Ltd confirmed that calling a man bald is no longer a mere ...
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Best practice for employers

The Right to Time Off for Dependents – Frequently Asked Questions

All employees have the right to take a reasonable amount of time off to care for dependants in emergency situations.  Whilst this may sound ...
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Best practice for employers

Suspension advice for employers

Regardless of whether the allegations are serious, or the right to suspend is expressly included in the contract, employers need to pause to consider ...
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Best practice for employers

Reasonable Adjustments – Leadership Inclusivity

Employer obligation to make reasonable adjustments. In a recent survey it has been established that employers are not forthcoming or proactive in assessing ...
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