Tag Archive: employment law

reasonable adjustments

Making reasonable adjustments and competitive interviews

Employers have a duty under the Equality Act in some circumstances to make reasonable adjustmentsView Article

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New protection for pregnant employees in a redundancy situation?

The Government has announced that it is backing the Protection from Redundancy (Pregnancy and FamilyView Article

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Vanishing dismissal

What is a ‘vanishing dismissal’?

If an employee who is dismissed successfully appeals against that decision and is reinstated, theView Article

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New entitlement to carer’s leave?

The Government has announced that it is backing the Carer’s Leave Bill, a Private MembersView Article

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carer's leave
disabilities

Online service to help employers support employees with disabilities

The Government has announced a new online service that aims to give employers the toolsView Article

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Redundancy, selection criteria and unfair dismissal

An employee with more than two years’ service has the right to claim unfair dismissalView Article

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redundancy
CV fraud

What are the potential consequences of lying on a CV?

Where an individual is appointed to a role after lying on their application form aboutView Article

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Employee rights – all change?

The Government has announced the introduction of a Bill that could potentially have a significantView Article

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employee rights
Time limits

How long does an employee have to issue a claim in the Employment Tribunal?

Individuals who wish to issue a claim in the Employment Tribunal must comply with strictView Article

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Is an employee’s persistent lateness misconduct that can lead to dismissal?

An employee who has more than two years’ service and who is dismissed can claimView Article

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