End of employment
Max Winthrop guides you through everything you need to know about constructive dismissals and how they can be defended.
We highlight key cases due to be decided in 2022 and discuss their impact on HR. These include cases on: vicarious liability, holiday pay, agency workers, compulsory retirement ages, and coronavirus-related health and safety cases. We will also be reflecting on the key decisions from last year and look forward to the case law trends likely to emerge this year.
How are employment tribunals approaching claims arising from the coronavirus pandemic? We explore the most important decisions handed down so far this year and discuss their practical implications for HR.
We round up some of our most popular podcasts published this year.
Rochelle Murinas joins us to talk about the people skills required to manage redundancy exercises effectively and empathetically, while minimising the impact on all those involved.
Employment lawyer Max Winthrop discusses the circumstances that may justify a some other substantial reason dismissal.
Employment lawyer Luke Bowery guides you through some common tricky issues in redundancy selection exercises, including those involving furloughed employees, competitive interview processes and disability discrimination.
Employment lawyer David Whincup provides practical tips on managing the end of a redundancy process.
Max Winthrop, partner and head of the employment law team at Short, Richardson & Forth, navigates you through the common tricky issues when making redundancies.
Many employers will be faced with the possibility of carrying out redundancies over the coming weeks and months. Employment lawyer Darren Newman navigates you through the law on carrying out a collective redundancy exercise.
Podcasts and webinars: HR and legal information and guidance relating to the end of employment.
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