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Darren Newman Jan 8
Beeb needs to be careful here that they don’t subject anyone who has supported to a detriment - that would be unlawful victimisation
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Kalra Legal Group Jan 15
Some worrying statistics regarding discrimination amongst BAME employees. If you feel like you are being discriminated against in the workplace, don't hesitate to get in touch with us for a free consultation.
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Alan Price 31m
Public urged to report suspected cases of modern slavery as ‘tens of thousands’ of incidents suspected in the UK
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Karen Jackson Jan 16
If you were wondering whether the tribunal system is in crisis try issuing a claim in Nov to have it served 6 weeks later and listed for a PH 6 MONTHS later. Another barrier to justice!
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claire gilbert 3h
“Employers do not own their staff”- human right to seek new job, confi clause too wide, speedy disciplinary indicated prejudgment
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Pete Holmes 2h
Was great to guest lecture on the ‘Gig Economy’. Good luck with the assignment!
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Employment Solicitor Jan 15
From Scottish independence to 'salad dodger', here's with what we've learnt in this week... via
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IDS 1h
Employment tribunal fee refunds as at 18 December 2017: 4,689 applications received; 2,660 processed; 2,151 payments made; over £1.8M paid out in total
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Jason Braier 2h
My bulletin for on yesterday's Parkin case.
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Public Interest 2h
Details of how we believe Employment , sitting at Courts, aided one to win an Employment Tribunal.
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Public Interest 2h
used 'staff shortage' to justify dismissal by stating it 'demonstrated that the claimant was aware of different options that he had when there was a shortage of staff'! Only thing wrong with that is...there was NO STAFF SHORTAGE!!!!
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GlamsyPolicyWonk 19h
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Joseph England Jan 16
All those involved in are being given the chance to moan (& praise) direct to HMCTS through their official survey open until 31 January
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People Management Jan 16
Employment law: Top five employment law cases of 2017
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Industrial Law Soc 3h
Very many thanks to Bean LJ for first-rate session last night in London. Thanks also to Rt Hon Sir Patrick Elias for chairing it. Still time for people to sign up to next weeks' sessions in Leeds, Nottingham & Newcastle
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GlamsyPolicyWonk 1h
Would genuinely welcome response/comment by e.g. Is it too late to fix the GPG regime?
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Gowling WLG UK 1h
Four key issues are likely to face in 2018 are; managing mental health, family friendly rights, whistleblowing & discrimination as well as GDPR. Join our next employment event for useful tips on tackling them
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LA Employment Team Jan 17
In relation to the monitoring of , employers should have a clear and detailed policy in place and ensure employees are aware of its contents.
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AS Employment Law Jan 17
Our next Young Professionals event is on 8 February in our Edinburgh office discussing the topic of sexual harassment in the workplace, featuring pizza and prosecco!
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mfgemployment Jan 15
A survey of more than 2,000 people commissioned by the in conjunction with found that 4 out of 5 working people in the UK worry that will outstrip their future
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