Sep 6, 2022
Adrian Martin, head of the employment team at law firm Burges Salmon, discusses the tricky issues that can crop up when there are multiple contractors in a TUPE transfer, and how both outgoing and incoming employers can navigate these issues.
Adrian takes you through the legal and practical issues involved in service...
Jul 12, 2022
Bev Thorogood, menopause specialist trainer and coach, joins us to discuss how you can create and cultivate a workplace that is supportive of people experiencing the menopause transition.
Bev discusses how managers can hold conversations with sensitivity and understanding, together with the steps and strategies they can...
Jun 13, 2022
Given that more staff now work from home, employers may be thinking about using surveillance software to help monitor staff conduct and productivity levels. But what are the legal implications of doing so and the best practice guidelines? And, just because you can monitor, does that mean you should?
May 31, 2022
Stephen Simpson, principal employment law editor here at XpertHR, joins us to talk about how employers that are operating under a hybrid working model must ensure that their sickness absence management procedures sit comfortably alongside their new working arrangements. We also present the findings of our latest...
May 17, 2022
We discuss tricky issues that can arise when investigating allegations of improper conduct - such as sexual or racial harassment, bullying or discrimination - as well as some common mistakes and process points to have in mind, including issues relating to the role of HR and decision-makers.