Employment Law Update │April 2022

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Employment Law Update │April 2022 In this article James Mallon, our HR Business Partner provides us with an essential employment law update for April 2022. 1. Employment law changes to covid Under the government’s new “Living with Covid” plan, many Covid measures have ended on 1 April 2022. This includes: Lateral Flow Tests are now… Continue reading

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Key Updates in the Employment Law Timetable for 2022

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Key Updates in the Employment Law Timetable for 2022 Our MD Victoria Brown offers an update on some key Employment Law changes to ensure you stay compliant with the latest legislation. Here are a few changes that you need to be aware of; SSP Rebate Scheme Closes The Statutory Sick Pay  closed on 17‌‌‌ ‌March‌‌‌ ‌2022.… Continue reading

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Employment Law Update │ March 2022

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Employment Law Update │ March 2022 James Mallon, our HR Business Partner, provides an employment law update including cases around restrictive covenants, holiday pay and more. 1. Restrictive Covenants The High Court case of Law By Design (LDB) Ltd v Ali saw a non-competition restrictive covenant in a service agreement enforced, and a solicitor prevented… Continue reading

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Man Banned From Tribunal Service After Making Countless Vexatious Claims

Vexatious claims

Man Banned From Tribunal Service After Making Countless Vexatious Claims A serial claimant has received an infinite ban from the tribunal service after submitting over 40 vexatious claims against multiple companies. A “weaponisation of the ET process” The man, named as Mr D Taheri was handed a Restriction of Proceedings Order (RPO) of indefinite notice… Continue reading

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What is England’s ‘Living with Covid’ plan?

Living with Covid

What is England’s ‘Living with Covid’ plan? Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced the “living with covid” plan that will see an end to all Covid restrictions in England. A similar announcement has been made by first minister Nicola Sturgeon, confirming Scotland will also relax many of its remaining rules in March. ‘Living with Covid’… Continue reading

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