Dec 17, 2019
How far should employers go in meeting their obligations to make reasonable adjustments for disabled workers? What does the law mean by "provision, criterion or practice"? What factors should employers take into account when deciding what adjustments to make? Drawing on examples from case law, we discuss some key do's...
Dec 3, 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 disciplinary penalties.
Nov 19, 2019
Kate Upcraft, payroll consultant and lecturer, joins us to discuss proposed reform of IR35 (intermediaries legislation) in the private sector that will have an impact on off-payroll working, and that is anticipated to take effect in April 2020. Kate explains what the new rules will mean for employers that engage...
Nov 12, 2019
Nick Chronias, partner at DAC Beachcroft LLP, joins us to share his guidance on when you can take issue with an employee's use of social media, and the benefits of having a social media policy that reflects the needs and culture of your organisation.
Oct 29, 2019
Jo Broadbent, counsel knowledge lawyer at Hogan Lovells, joins us to discuss the legal and practical issues related to covert recordings at work. We consider the challenges employers are likely to face including the recording of disciplinary proceedings by employees, and dealing with evidence covertly obtained to...