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- Reasonable adjustments for disabled people: can duty extend to disregarding warnings about attendance?Does the duty to make reasonable adjustments extend to disregarding a final warning about attendance that is relied on when taking the decision to dismiss a disabled employee because of unsustainable levels of absence? That was the question for the Employment Appeal Tribunal in General Dynamics Information Technology Ltd v Carranza.
- Is your organisation prepared for shared parental leave?Our second free webinar on shared parental leave takes place on 4 November 2014 at 2pm. Ed Bowyer of Hogan Lovells will help employers prepare for the new right by highlighting key issues that organisations need to get to grips with.
- How are employers maximising the efficiency of learning budgets?The second part of our research into training and development budgets explores the steps employers are taking to increase the cost effectiveness of training, the impact of cutting back, and the issues facing those who need to access funds for learning.
4 November 2014, 2:00pm GMT
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Transforming L&D 2014, a series of articles, now includes a round table discussion on employing young people, in association with learndirect.
- Sex discrimination against men: 10 ways employers could fall foul
- Ford justifies generous maternity pay while offering only statutory paternity pay
- Apprentices: Do you understand their legal status?
- Disciplinary procedures: 10 common breaches of the Acas code of practice
- Tribunal fees judicial review to be heard this month