April 2020 Employment Law Changes!

All Change! The April 2020 Employment Law Changes It is nearly that time of year again when Employment Laws, as we have known them for the previous 12 months, are

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Discriminating against Vegans: What employers should know

Discriminating against Vegans: What employers should know In a widely reported decision, the Employment Tribunal has found in a preliminary hearing that Mr Jordi Casamitjana’s belief of ethical veganism is

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All Change! The April 2020 Employment Law Changes

All Change! The April 2020 Employment Law Changes It is nearly that time of year again when Employment Laws as we have known them for the previous 12 months are

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The Queen’s Speech

As we enter a brand-new decade, we can look forward to the government taking steps to introduce a new legislative programme which raises some interesting points in both an employment

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Employment Tribunal claims continue to rise

According to the Ministry of Justice’s quarterly statistics for the period 1 July-30 September 2019, the number of employment tribunal claims continues to rise. Compared to the same period in

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Searching Employees’ Inboxes

It is a well-established principle that an employee is entitled to request details of personal data which his or her employer holds through the submission of a data subject access

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Client Case Study: The Leeds United Foundation

The Leeds United Foundation Understanding an evolving organisational culture to drive performance The Leeds United Foundation is the official charity for Leeds United Football Club. Part of the Leeds family,

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Religion in the Workplace – Tips on being an inclusive employer

Religion in the Workplace – Tips on being an inclusive employer To be an inclusive employer, organisations need to understand and be sensitive to employee’s religious and philosophical beliefs, or

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Snow days! What are your rights as an employer if your employee cannot work due to adverse weather?

It isn’t too often in the UK that we are hit by inclement weather, but when we are it can have a devastating impact on business due to the problems

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Annual leave roll over and sickness

Under the EU’s Working Time Directive, all member states are required to provide all full time employees with at least 4 weeks (or 20 days’) paid annual leave each year.

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