All items: Employment rights

  • Podcast: Dealing with covert recordings

    Date:
    18 August 2017

    Employers are increasingly encountering employees covertly recording disciplinary and grievance meetings. In this week's podcast, we discuss how an employer should deal with this.

  • Podcast: Holiday pay includes voluntary overtime

    Date:
    11 August 2017

    We discuss the legal implications for employers of the recent EAT decision in Dudley Council v Willets and others, which establishes that regular voluntary overtime is included in holiday pay calculations.

  • Podcast: The Taylor review

    Date:
    21 July 2017

    We discuss Matthew Taylor's review of modern employment practices, which outlined seven key principles for "good quality work for all".

  • Podcast: Managing an underperforming employee

    Date:
    14 July 2017

    In this week's podcast, we offer practical advice on how to manage an employee who is not performing satisfactorily.

  • Podcast: Case law update

    Date:
    7 July 2017

    We provide a mid-year round-up of key employment law cases in 2017.

  • Darren Newman's podcast: Delabole Slate Ltd v Berriman

    Date:
    7 July 2017

    Darren Newman explains the "go to" definition of an "economic, technical or organisational reason entailing changes in the workforce" for the purpose of a TUPE transfer, established in Delabole Slate Ltd v Berriman.

  • Podcast: Primer on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

    Date:
    9 June 2017

    Although organisations are increasingly aware of the new requirements under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), many are not sure how the GDPR will affect the HR function. We discuss how HR will contribute to the GDPR compliance process.

  • Podcast: Companions at disciplinary hearings - tricky scenarios for HR

    Date:
    2 June 2017

    In this week's podcast, we explain what HR should do when faced with some tricky scenarios related to the right to be accompanied at disciplinary hearings. The seven scenarios discussed include a worker requesting a companion with a history of disruptive behaviour, and a worker asking for a postponement at the last minute to find a companion.

  • Webinar: Get ready for the GDPR - guidance for employers

    Date:
    10 May 2017

    Although the General Data Protection Regulation does not come into force until May 2018, employers need to be preparing now. Experts Ross McKean and Katherine Gibson give practical advice for employers developing a compliance plan.

  • Podcast: How holiday cases are affecting employer practice

    Date:
    5 May 2017

    In this week's podcast, we discuss the key findings of our new research on employers' annual leave offerings and explain how employers are working out holiday pay in the light of the glut of case law in recent years.

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Audio and video: HR and legal information and guidance relating to employment rights.