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Brexit and EU Directives Publication date: 15.01.2021
Article database » News » Legislation
Under the terms of the Brexit deal the UK is free to ignore any new EU Directives issued from 1 January 2021. But what about those that were already in the pipeline by then?
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90% of homeworkers drink booze during working hours Publication date: 15.01.2021
Article database » Staff handbooks » Alcohol abuse
In a survey of 1,300 homeworkers, most admitted to drinking during working hours. Whilst you can ban alcohol consumption during working hours for homeworkers, it’s difficult to police. What else could you do?
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Employer wins £5,1000 recruitment costs from employee Publication date: 15.01.2021
Article database » Recruitment » Recruitment
The tribunal has ruled that an employer was entitled to exercise its contractual right to recover recruitment agency costs totalling £5,100 from an employee who resigned within a year of her start date. Can you have a similar provision?
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Redundancy consultation: a right to be accompanied? Publication date: 15.01.2021
Article database » Redundancy » Consultation
Where you decide that redundancies are needed, you must properly consult with all affected employees. But does an employee have the right to be accompanied during a redundancy consultation meeting?
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Sickness absence and disciplinary hearings Publication date: 15.01.2021
Article database » Disciplinary matters » Disciplinary hearings
An employee who’s been required to attend a disciplinary hearing to answer misconduct allegations has gone off sick. What should you do about the disciplinary hearing and how should you play it if their absence becomes long term?
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“Alzheimer’s” comment costs employer £900 Publication date: 15.01.2021
Article database » Discrimination » Age discrimination
An employer has been ordered to pay a former employee £900 because a manager asked her if she had Alzheimer’s when she made an administrative error. Why did the tribunal find that this question amounted to age discrimination?
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New statutory payment rates for 2021/22 Publication date: 15.01.2021
Article database » Statutory rates » Annual rates
New statutory payment rates for 2021/22..Rate changes. The proposed 2021/22 weekly rates for statutory maternity pay (SMP), statutory paternity pay (SPP), statutory shared parental pay (ShPP), statutory adoption pay (SAP), statutory parental bereavement pay (SPBP) and statutory sick pay (SSP) have now been published. They are subject to Parliamentary...
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Q&A - right to work if settled status refused Publication date: 15.01.2021
Article database » Recruitment » Right to work
Q&A - right to work if settled status refused..Q. We know that we can’t ask an employee if they’ve made an application to the EU Settlement Scheme for settled or pre-settled status. But what happens if we are informed or discover that an employee’s application to the scheme has been refused? A. An application for settled or pre-settled status...
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Asking about an employee’s coronavirus vaccine status Publication date: 15.01.2021
Article database » News » Coronavirus
Coronavirus vaccines have now been approved and are being rolled out. Can you insist that an employee discloses whether they’ve had the vaccine or is it none of your business?
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Minimum wage changes Publication date: 22.12.2020
Article database » Pay and conditions » Minimum wage
On 1 April 2021 the national minimum wage rates will rise. In addition, more workers will be legally entitled to receive the national living wage (NLW). What’s the all-important information?
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