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Employment Law

Flexible Working Requests

As the final restrictions lift following the pandemic and business recovers, employers were looking to the Queen’s Speech this...

Returning to the Office

Remote working has been a key feature of the pandemic; however, the Government is no longer advising workers to work from home where...

Menopause at Work: Discrimination & Employment Law

In the last four years there has been a significant increase in Tribunal claims for unfair dismissal and/or sex discrimination in which...

Belief and the Law: What’s in a belief?

‘Belief’ is defined widely in the Equality Act 2010 as any religious or philosophical belief (including a lack of belief). ...

No Jab, No Job

The mantra of “no-jab no-job” Martin Williams, Partner. Head of Employment Law Dept In many respects the vaccine is seen...

To tax or not to tax….IR35

To tax or not to tax…. IR35 IR35 is anti-avoidance tax legislation.  The latest version of this legislation was due...

Don’t shoot the messenger: blowing the whistle on furlough fraud.

By Sam Dickinson & Priya Saddington-Poole A report by the National Audit Office (NAO) last month revealed plans by the Government...

Employment Update – Engaging new staff

A written employment contract should form the foundation of the relationship between a business and its employees. A well-drafted...

Further Updated Guidance on Furlough

Updated guidance on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme...

Updated Guidance on Furlough

Initial comments on updated Government guidance for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme...

Guidance on Furlough

Initial comments on the updated Government guidance for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme ...

Effective Performance Management

The aim of any performance improvement process (PIP) should be to help an employee meet the standards that are expected of them, but...