Carer’s Leave and Enhanced Redundancy Protection | Employment Law Update

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Carer’s Leave and Enhanced Redundancy Protection | Employment Law Update In this article, Head of Operations, Kendal Hulme provides a legal update for October 2022 involving the Carer’s Leave and Protection from Redundancy (Pregnancy and Family Leave) Bill. Carer’s Leave and enhanced redundancy protection On the 21st October 2022 two new employment rights had their… Continue reading

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Preventing Disability Discrimination in the Workplace

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Preventing Disability Discrimination in the Workplace In this article, Senior HR Consultant, Claire McGuinness, discusses disability in the workplace and how to prevent disability discrimination from taking place. Disability under the Equality Act 2010 Under the Equality Act 2010, it is unlawful to discriminate against a worker on account of a physical or mental disability… Continue reading

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Quiet Quitting – What is it?

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Quiet Quitting – What is it? In this article, Senior HR Consultant, Louise Angell, explores quiet quitting and offers advice to employers on how to manage this within the workplace. Despite the name, it actually has nothing to do with quitting a job. It means doing only what the job demands and nothing more. Quitting… Continue reading

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DSE Assessment including Homeworkers

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DSE Assessment including Homeworkers In this article, our expert Health & Safety Consultant, Colin Jones, discusses the DSE assessment that employers should carry out if their employees use DSE daily. Regulations surrounding DSE The Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations apply to workers who use DSE daily, for continuous periods of an hour or… Continue reading

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Mini-Budget | Employment Law Update

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Mini-Budget | Employment Law Update Kendal Hulme, our Head of Operations, provides a legal update for September 2022. She discusses the mini-budget announcement and how it may affect employers. How will the new Prime Minister and the mini-budget affect employers? On September 5th former Foreign Secretary Liz Truss successfully won her battle to become the… Continue reading

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