An employee was dismissed following her return to work from treatment for breast cancer. Cancer is deemed to be a disability within the Equality Act
It is a defence for an employer to a claim for discrimination arising from a disability, to say that the treatment was a proportionate means
Settlement agreements can be a hugely useful tool for employers. If the terms and money on offer are right, then a settlement agreement can result
When deciding the IR35 issue and whether or not your worker is inside IR35 and off-payroll (ie self-employed), what do you need to know when
This is an interesting question. I have no doubt that many employers will view voluntary redundancy situations as automatically fair dismissals or perhaps even take
The annual Spring bank holiday which usually takes place at the end of May will now take place on Friday, 3rd June. In addition to
How often does an employee try to postpone a disciplinary hearing and why do they do that? It happens regularly, doesn’t it? Frequently an employee
All the articles above are written by our head of Employment Rebecca Denis. Rebecca’s professional background is unique in that she worked for more than 20 years as a barrister providing legal advice, drafting and advocacy for her clients and more recently provided specialist trouble-shooting services on employment law and employee relations at a leading international HR outsourcing company.
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