Line manager briefing on managing a remote sales team, including communicating with employees, managing their performance and providing safe work practices.
The High Court has held that an employer was not liable for an HR professional's chronic fatigue syndrome because the employee's illness was not caused by her work.
The Court of Appeal has affirmed that, where an employee inflicts violence on another employee or third party, the vicarious liability of the employer for the employee's violent act will depend on the closeness of the violent act to the employee's employment.
A model letter after a meeting with a new or expectant mother to discuss removing or reducing risks has been held and it has been identified that temporary adjustments to her working conditions or hours of work are necessary to protect her health and safety.
A model letter to warn a pregnant employee who, for health and safety reasons, cannot continue to perform her normal job of the consequences of refusing an offer of suitable alternative employment.
A model letter to warn an employee who is a new mother or is breastfeeding and who, for health and safety reasons, cannot continue to perform her normal job of the consequences of refusing an offer of suitable alternative employment.
A model letter to suspend a new or expectant mother who, for health and safety reasons, cannot continue to perform her normal job and for whom no suitable alternative work is available.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that an employee who was dismissed for refusing to work because of health and safety concerns, even though his employer genuinely believed that there was no danger, could be automatically unfairly dismissed.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to health and safety.