Email Demonstrating Desire To Dismiss Protected By Litigation Privilege An email between an HR consultant and an employer suggesting a pre-determined decision to dismiss has been held by the EAT to benefit from litigation privilege and not fall within the
Carers Leave The government has responded to its consultation on carers leave and confirmed that it will introduce an entitlement to carer’s leave as a day one right for employees. The entitlement will be to take up to one week
Extra Bank Holiday In 2022 For The Platinum Jubilee Britian will celebrate with an extra Bank Holiday in 2022 for the Platinum Jubilee. The Late May Day Bank Holiday will move from Monday 30 May 2022 to Thursday 2 June
Introducing A Reduced Working Week After Furlough Introducing A Reduced Working Week After Furlough. The The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (furlough scheme) comes to an end on 30 September 2021 and although your business will be trading you might not
End Of The Furlough Scheme The End Of The Furlough Scheme. The furlough scheme was introduced in March 2020 with the purpose of allowing employers to put some or all of their staff on temporary leave (‘furlough’) during the coronavirus
Tribunals often pay close attention to the notes that were taken during the investigation, hearing and appeal. The ACAS Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures doesn’t specify what information should be included in formal records of meetings.
Read my Top Tips to getting it right, including: choosing a note taker, what should be recorded and agreeing and distributing the notes.
Furlough and Redundancy Furlough and Redundancy? The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme was introduced in March 2020 with the intention of providing an alternative to redundancies where a business had been severely affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. There have been a
The Statutory Right To Be Accompanied At A Disciplinary or Grievance Meeting Employees and workers have a statutory right to be accompanied when they are asked, by their employer, to attend a disciplinary or grievance meeting. The person who accompanies
Coronavirus: Compulsory Vaccination for Care Home Workers From 11 November 2021, care home workers in a CQC-registered care home in England (for nursing or personal care) are required to have a “complete course” of a COVID-19 vaccine (currently two doses),
SELF ISOLATION FAQs The final restrictions were released by the Government in England on 19 July 2021 but at the same time cases of Coronavirus positive test results were increasing rapidly. It is a legal requirement for individuals to self-isolate