Contracts of employment
We reflect on the key decisions from last year and look forward to the case law trends likely to emerge in 2023. These include cases on: gender identity, holiday pay, coronavirus-related health and safety cases, industrial action, and dismissal and re-engagement.
If an employer dismisses for gross misconduct, what does this mean for an employee's contractual rights? Does a failure to pay notice pay, make an otherwise fair dismissal unfair? Max Winthrop, partner at Sintons LLP, joins us to answer these questions and more, drawing on his legal and practical expertise. Max also shares his thoughts on the potential for significant change to employment law under the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill.
When was the last time you reviewed your employees' contracts of employment? Do they reflect changed circumstances and current business needs? Employment lawyer Max Winthrop examines why it is important to understand and review the terms and conditions of the employment relationship, including those that may evolve through custom and practice.
Employment lawyer Darren Newman guides us through the process of varying an employee's terms and conditions including the procedure for dismissing and re-engaging an employee, and how to deal with an avalanche of flexible working requests from employees who want to make their lockdown way of working permanent.
Podcasts and webinars: HR and legal information and guidance relating to contracts of employment.
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