Employment Law Update | June 2021

employment law update | June 2021

Employment Law Update | June 2021 James Mallon, our HR Business Partner, provides an Employment Law Update | June 2021.   Is a Philosophical Belief that gender is binary and that people cannot change sex, protected under the Equality Act 2010? In the Equality Act 2010, there are nine “Protected Characteristics.” This includes characteristics such… Continue reading

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Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders | Health and Safety

Work-related musculoskeletal disorders

Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders | Health and Safety In this article, our H & S Consultant, Colin Jones, discusses work-related musculoskeletal disorders.   Musculoskeletal disorders can affect muscles, joints, and tendons in all parts of the body. Most work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WRMSDs) develop over time. They can be episodic or chronic in duration and can also… Continue reading

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A Guide for Employers: Employees Refusing to Return to Work

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A Guide for Employers: Employees Refusing to Return to Work In this article, our Senior HR Advisor, Claire McGuinness, discusses what to do if an employee refuses to return to work.   With the majority of workers already returned to work following the lifting of restrictions in May, some businesses are introducing a Hybrid Working… Continue reading

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Job optimism soars to the highest level since February 2013

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Job optimism soars to the highest level since February 2013   Job optimism has soared to the highest level since the beginning of the pandemic. So much so that UK employers are the most optimistic they have been about hiring since February 2013 – 8 years ago! The net employment intentions balance is positive across… Continue reading

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Employment Law Update | May 2021

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Employment Law Update | May 2021 James Mallon, our HR Business Partner, provides us with an Employment Law Update for May 2021.   EAT case considering Mutuality of Obligation Test   Employment status, and specifically whether someone is a worker, employee, or self-employed, has long been a contentious and confusing question for employers.  Why does… Continue reading

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