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Preparing for the World Cup: A guide for employers
The World Cup is a major sporting event for many employees who want to follow their favourite football team. Employers should ensure that they have
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What you need to know about discrimination arising from disability
Quite often, employers think that in order for discrimination to occur, the discriminatory treatment must be overtly obvious.  For instance, in a case of disability
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Dismissal without notice was fair despite no single act of gross misconduct
In the recent case of Mbubaegbu v Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) agreed with the Employment Tribunal that, in
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What is classed as sexual harassment and how to deal with it in the workplace
For most, the notion of sexual harassment is one which, in modern society, should have absolutely no place whatsoever. That said, sexual harassment in the
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Emergency blood couriers now ruled as employees
The majority of blood couriers across the country, controlled by The Doctors Laboratory, were classed as self-employed drivers until last year. This article looks at
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Five tips to get the best out of staff returning from maternity leave
All too often, time runs away in business and before we know it, it is time to integrate staff back into work after their maternity
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Employment law: The Government’s proposals following the Taylor review
Flint Bishop’s Employment experts share their thoughts below on the Government's response to the Taylor Review. Matthew Taylor, the Chief Executive of the Royal Society
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Gender pay gap reporting: An overview
What is the gender pay gap? The gender pay gap shows the difference between the average earnings of men and women. Do you have to
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Employment law round-up of important cases from 2017
There have been many employment law cases which have gone through the courts and employment tribunals during 2017. Some were unsurprising but some were unexpected. Here
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How do you make pay cuts and avoid unfair dismissal claims?
Introducing pay cuts, or any other change to employees’ contracts, should follow a period of consultation with the workforce. There is, however, a way around
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