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redundancy protection

Extended redundancy protection for women and new parents

Before making a woman on maternity leave redundant, an employer must offer her a suitableView Article

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Are agency workers entitled to the same number of hours as employees?

Agency workers are entitled, after 12 weeks service, to the same basic working and employmentView Article

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Agency workers
covertly record

Is it misconduct for an employee to covertly record a meeting?

Compensation for a successful claim of unfair dismissal can be reduced by an Employment TribunalView Article

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Is an employer liable for an employee’s post on a personal Facebook page?

Harassment occurs when one person engages in unwanted conduct related to a relevant protected characteristic,View Article

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harassment
disability harassment

Is it harassment to suspend an employee who can only write by hand for a few minutes?

Harassment occurs where one person engages in unwanted conduct related to a protected characteristic, suchView Article

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Can an employer be forced to re-engage an unfairly dismissed employee?

If an employee succeeds in a claim of unfair dismissal against their employer, they canView Article

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re-engagement
collective bargaining

Unlawful inducement to forego collective bargaining rights?

The Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 (TULRCA) prohibits employers from inducing theirView Article

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Clarity on whether it is discriminatory to fail to enhance shared parental pay

The Court of Appeal has now given guidance on whether it is discriminatory for employersView Article

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shared parental pay
Tribunal wing members

Would you like to be a Tribunal wing member?

If a claim issued in the Employment Tribunal proceeds all the way to a finalView Article

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What is the appropriate level of injury to feelings award for a one-off act of discrimination?

An individual who succeeds in a claim of discrimination in the Employment Tribunal can claimView Article

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injury to feelings
disability

Is a dismissal discriminatory if the employer does not know about the disability until the appeal stage?

Discrimination arising from disability happens where the employer treats an employee unfavourably because of somethingView Article

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THE DUTY TO MAKE REASONABLE ADJUSTMENTS – EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE ON 18 JUNE 2019

WITH WORKSHOP INCLUDING INTERACTIVE CASE STUDIES THE BARN AT BERKELEY – M5 (Junctions 13/14) EmployersView Article

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Duty to make reasonable adjustments

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