Updated to include information on Adeshina v St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and others, in which one of the issues the Court of Appeal considered was fairness in an appeal process.
Darren Newman talks listeners through British Home Stores Ltd v Burchell, one of the most significant cases in employment law.
We discuss the key employment law trends and changes that are affecting the HR landscape, including: gender pay gap reporting; the Trade Union Act 2016; public-sector exit payments and employment status.
We recap on the traditional guidance for employers on misconduct at the work Christmas party. We also examine issues employers might face this Christmas around attendance and absence.
XpertHR's latest research on Christmas and New Year working arrangements finds that employers will spend an average of £27,000 on celebrations during the 2016/2017 holiday period.
In this week's feature-length podcast, we are joined by special guests Nicky Stibbs and Max Winthrop to discuss some common areas of concern around the termination of employment.
The Law Commission consults on reforming the offence of misconduct in public office.
We discuss various issues that can arise when employees take holiday.
In Ramphal v Department for Transport  IRLR 985 EAT, the EAT held that a disciplinary process was potentially unfair on the basis that the manager who conducted it was improperly influenced in his conclusions by representatives of HR who had not been directly involved in or present at the disciplinary hearing.
On this week's XpertHR weekly, we consider disciplinary issues around conduct and attendance arising from work-related social events.