Podcast: Key employment cases for 2020

January 21,2020 on

Which employment cases will have the biggest impact on HR in 2020? We assess the likely impact on employers of upcoming cases on: the national minimum wage, data protection, age discrimination, collective bargaining, and TUPE.

Podcast: Equal pay

Shared from on 10 January 2020

Catriona Aldridge, Senior Associate at law firm CMS, joins us to discuss the legal and practical issues that employers need to think about in relation to equal pay.

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Podcast: Duty to make reasonable adjustments for disabled workers

Shared from on 20 December 2019

How far should employers go in meeting their obligations under the Equality Act 2010 to make reasonable adjustments for disabled workers? Drawing on examples from case law, we discuss some key do's and don'ts when making reasonable adjustments.

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Podcast: Common conundrums when deciding disciplinary sanctions

Shared from on 6 December 2019

Should the same punishment be handed down to everyone when there are multiple culprits? Can an expired warning be taken into account? Can a disciplinary sanction be increased on appeal? We discuss some common dilemmas for employers when deciding on dis...

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Webinar: LGBT-inclusive workplace – practical strategies from Stonewall

Shared from on 6 December 2019

In this webinar, Sanjay Sood-Smith, executive director at Stonewall, shares his experience and top tips for embracing and embedding an LGBT-inclusive workplace

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Podcast: IR35 reform

Shared from on 20 November 2019

We discuss proposed reform of IR35 in the private sector that will have an impact on off-payroll working.

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Podcast: Social media misconduct

Shared from on 12 November 2019

Nick Chronias, partner at DAC Beachcroft LLP, joins us to discuss the common issues for employers relating to social media misconduct.

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Webinar: Financial wellbeing

Shared from on 7 November 2019

In this webinar, employee benefits and pensions consultant Maggie Williams demystifies financial wellbeing.

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Podcast: Covert recordings at work

Shared from on 29 October 2019

We discuss the legal and practical issues that arise through covert recordings at work.

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Podcast: Labour turnover and sickness absence rates

Shared from on 16 October 2019

We discuss trends in labour turnover and sickness absence rates based on data gathered by XpertHR.

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Podcast: Employment tribunals – the state of play

Shared from on 5 October 2019

Over two years on from the abolition of employment tribunal fees, we discuss the latest figures for tribunal claims and look at the impact on employers of severe delays in cases being heard.

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Webinar: Embracing flexible working – top tips for engaging line managers

Shared from on 27 September 2019

Peter Thomson, an expert on the changing world of work, helps you get your line managers on board with flexible working.

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Upcoming webinar: Embracing flexible working – top tips for encouraging line managers

Shared from on 22 September 2019

Join us on 24 September for an hour-long webinar, where Peter Thomson, a speaker, consultant and coach, will explain the benefits of flexible working for the employee, business and line manager, and give you his top tips on how to get your line manager...

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Podcast: The right to work in the UK

Shared from on 17 September 2019

We discuss employers' obligations when it comes to ensuring all employees have the right to work in the UK.

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Podcast: Dismissal for poor attendance

Shared from on 4 September 2019

We discuss common issues associated with dismissal for long-term poor attendance recently highlighted in the EAT decision of Kelly v Royal Mail Group.

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