Category: Employment Law

National Minimum Wage Increases for 2024

December 1st, 2023

The Government have announced the national minimum wage (“NMW”) increase for 2024 as recommended by the Low Pay Commission: It is the largest ever increase in cash terms. The

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New Duty on Employers to Prevent Sexual Harassment

November 13th, 2023

The Worker Protection (Amendment of Equality Act 2010) Act 2023 (“Act”), which received Royal Assent on 26 October 2023, introduces a significant new duty on employers to take reasonable steps

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Employment Lawyers on Tour

November 8th, 2023

Our employment team are exhibiting at the CIPD Conference in Manchester this week. If you are at the conference, please stop by for a free chocolate orange.  Delegates can also

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TUPE Webinar

October 12th, 2023

We get many questions from clients who are confused about TUPE.  We are therefore running a webinar which will explain how TUPE works.  You will be equipped to deal with

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When do you have to make adjustments to online job applications for disabled candidates?

September 14th, 2023

Asking candidates to apply for roles online is normal for many businesses and for good reason.  Online applications can be easier to filter and review, and it is an application

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August 25th, 2023

Artificial intelligence (AI) has several implications for human resources (HR): 1. Recruitment and talent acquisition: AI can automate and enhance the recruitment process by analyzing resumes and applications, conducting initial

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Within Reason

June 21st, 2023

The concept of reasonableness underpins employment law.  For example: Unfair dismissal What is reasonable though?  In the context of unfair dismissal, the law states that you have to take account

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The 5 things we look for in a Settlement Agreement

April 28th, 2023

Each year, we advise hundreds of employees on settlement agreements.  Here’s what we look for: When your employment ends, you are entitled to notice or a payment in lieu of

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3 Years of CVP in the ET

March 6th, 2023

What is CVP? CVP stands for Cloud Video Platform.  It is the Employment Tribunal’s system for holding hearings remotely. It works very much like Zoom or Teams. The system was

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November 23rd, 2022

Why have I written a blog to tell you how to lose a tribunal claim?  Firstly, because there are countless articles out there telling you how to win a tribunal

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Menopause and the Workplace

October 7th, 2022

Earlier this year, there was a call to make menopause a protected characteristic under the Equality Act 2010.  The Government responded that the Equality Act 2010 already provided women with

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Employment Law Update

September 27th, 2022

Wednesday, 5 October 2022 10:00 – 12:00 via Zoom Ian Pettifer will be providing a review of recent cases of note as well as recent and forthcoming changes in the

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