Quarterly update: Winter 2023/2024

The new year brings with it a huge amount of employment law changes, so we have dedicated this edition to listing the changes and actions for employers to take.  Enjoy!

Quarterly update: Autumn 2023

What might change in employment law if Labour win the next election? We delve into a significant case on menopause, and provide our usual Tribunal cases round up and look at what’s coming up, plus some exciting news for Draper Lang LLP… enjoy!

Quarterly update: Summer 2023

‘ChatGPT’ was only launched in November 2022, however it has taken the world by storm and sparked new discussions and debates around the use of all things Artificial Intelligence (AI) within the workplace. Plus, our Flex Working update, and much more, enjoy!

Quarterly update: Spring 2023

When it comes to neurodiversity, how inclusive is your workplace? We take at look at ways to adapt your recruitment process and workspace to ensure inclusivity to all. We also have an update on equality in employment and the usual April rate rises. Enjoy!

Quarterly update: Winter 2022/2023

With sexual harassment in the workplace increasing, and new laws to protect employees coming up, we look at what employers can do to make positive changes and limit risk. There is also an update on flexible working rule changes ahead, our familiar Employment Tribunal news round up and a look at what’s coming up later […]

Quarterly update: Autumn 2022

Our regular update shares details of the explosive EU legislation set to overturn hundreds of employment laws overnight, covers the horrors of the Harpur holiday case and flags interesting and important cases for employers. Plus our familiar look at what’s coming up on the Employment law and HR agenda. Enjoy!

Quarterly update: Summer 2022

Menopause for employers, the 4 day week trial, why employees who take voluntary redundancy can still claim unfair dismissal and more, it’s all in our Summer 2022 Employment law update…enjoy!

Quarterly update: Spring 2022

What contractual changes are needed for hybrid working? Are all employees entitled to the Jubilee bank holiday? What are the April rate rises? It’s all here and more in our Spring Employment Law Newsletter. Enjoy!

What does the new Living with Covid-19 plan mean for employers and HR?

The guidance is out, and there was a lengthy press conference on 21 February, but as the new day dawns, employers, employees and HR and left wondering what the next steps mean for them. Key dates: 24 February The big one – no legal requirement to isolate after a positive test. Though we are advised […]

Those (alleged) parties, that report – what lessons can employers and HR learn so far?

Whilst UK politics pauses waiting for the Sue Gray report, reportedly delayed by factors including police overlap and GDPR concerns, what lessons can employers and HR learn so far?