End of employment
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.
Nick Chronias, partner at DAC Beachcroft, guides you through the legal and practical considerations of running a collective consultation process with a remote workforce.
We discuss trends in labour turnover and sickness absence rates based on data gathered by XpertHR.
We discuss common issues associated with dismissal for long-term poor attendance recently highlighted in the EAT decision of Kelly v Royal Mail Group.
Protected conversations can be a good way to agree mutually acceptable exit terms - attractive to employers and employees alike - while protecting your business. Darren Newman, an employment lawyer with more than 20 years' experience, takes you through what you need to do to negotiate successfully.
Max Winthrop, an employment law partner at Short Richardson and Forth LLP, joins us to discuss the best way to avoid tricky issues and pitfalls when managing redundancies.
Special guest Jo Broadbent, who is a professional support lawyer with Hogan Lovells, joins us to discuss the rights that apply to pregnant employees and those on maternity leave in a redundancy situation, including the practical steps employers can take to avoid falling foul of the law.
Podcasts and webinars: HR and legal information and guidance relating to the end of employment.
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