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    Over the last few years, we’ve seen increasing recognition, both within employment law and employers’ management policies, of the impact that different aspects of employees’ private lives can have on their workplace performance and the support that should be provided. Sickness management, maternity leave and, to a lesser extent, bereavement leave are all well recognised, […]
    Two recent employment tribunal cases have provided helpful guidance on making redundancies during the operation of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS). Although the decisions of employment tribunals aren’t legally binding on other tribunals, they provide a helpful indication of the decisions tribunals are likely to reach. Case A: a tribunal found that the claimant […]
    For many employers ‘Freedom Day’ resulted in little change, however employers should be aware that the government has updated the ‘Working Safety Guidance’ to provide advice on “sensible precautions” employers can take to manage risk now that ‘social distance rules no longer apply. This guidance sits alongside employers’ existing legal obligations relating to health and safety […]
    The pandemic has caused a lot of people to rethink different aspects of their lives and to decide to make some changes, whether in relation to their priorities, their lifestyle or their work. As a result, we have seen an increase in clients concerned about departing employees who have taken new jobs or decided to […]
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