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  • Reorganisation & Redundancies Seminar - London

    20 March 2018

    A well planned reorganisation can enable a business to operate cost effectively. A badly conceived redundancy process can lead to an employer failing to comply with the legal requirements relating to consultation and redeployment, or applying unfair and discriminatory selection criteria.…

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  • Reorganisation & Redundancies Seminar - Woking

    06 March 2018

    A well planned reorganisation can enable a business to operate cost effectively. A badly conceived redundancy process can lead to an employer failing to comply with the legal requirements relating to consultation and redeployment, or applying unfair and discriminatory selection criteria.…

    Upcoming Events
  • GDPR: Are you (getting) ready?

    28 February 2018

    D-day for GDPR is no longer “next year”, but just over five months away. Are you on course to be ready or are there still some challenges to resolve? Are you unsure how to get your trustees to take the issue as seriously as it deserves?…

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  • Employment Law Update - January 2018

    23 January 2018

    Welcome to the January 2018 Employment Law Update. We hope that you will find this informative and useful in keeping you up to date.…

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  • ‘Sleeping on the job’: revisiting National Minimum Wage requirements for sleep-in shifts

    23 January 2018

    The decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) in the three joined appeals of Focus Care Agency Ltd v Roberts, Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake and Frudd v Partington Group Ltd [2017] will come under scrutiny by the Court of Appeal in March when it will consider whether it is satisfied with the EAT’s approach to the correct treatment of sleep-in shifts under the National Minimum Wage Regulations 2015.…

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  • Covert recording of workers whilst at work is a breach of privacy

    23 January 2018

    It has been held by the European Court of Human Rights that conducting covert recordings of employees whilst they are at work is in breach of Article 8 of the Human Rights Act, which states that everyone has a right to respect for private and family life.…

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  • Protected conversations can be waived if a dispute arises over the termination date

    23 January 2018

    In the recent case of Basra v BJSS Limited, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (‘the EAT’) has ruled that an Employment Tribunal (‘ET’) can hear evidence relating to protected conversations under section 111A of the Employment Rights Act 1996 (‘Section 111A’) if there is a dispute about the effective date of termination.…

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  • Divorce and Separation for Expatriates

    13 December 2017

    With families and relationships becoming ever more international, we are regularly consulted by people who have moved abroad as a family, often for work, only to find that living overseas is not all they had wished for.…

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