employment law support

  1. Come April 2024, there are a number of changes to employment law we need to consider. Firstly, the additional protection given to a pregnant employee at risk of redundancy and the second the changes to the flexible working procedure. Redundancy (Pregnancy and Family Leave) Act 2023 This legislation introduces significant changes to redundancy protections, as […]

  2. March 2024 Employment Law Updates Employment (Allocation of Tips) Act 2023 – Statutory Code of Practice to be published to support with the Act. The Guidance is expected to be a support for new rules on tips, gratuities and service charges, to ensure tips are paid to employees without deductions and in a fair and […]

  3. An alarming report hit the headlines this week in relation to sexual harassment in the workplace. The report revealed that one in three female surgeons working in the NHS who responded to the research said they have been sexually assaulted and two thirds of respondents said they have been sexually harassed by colleagues. The report […]

  4. With sponsorships on the rise post-Brexit, employers are asking about how they can look to recover fees and create an effective reimbursement agreement. Many employers are keen to protect their investment when sponsoring a migrant worker and therefore may consider issuing a reimbursement agreement to recover some of the immigration fees from the employee if […]

  5. Treating one individual more favourably than another because they have a protected characteristic is largely prohibited under the Equality Act 2010. However positive action in the workplace can work to promote equity, equality and inclusion for individuals who have historically been discriminated against or faced barriers to work. In this article, we’ll discuss positive discrimination in […]