In Sinelnikova v ActivTrades plc, an employment tribunal upheld a compliance officer's claims of unfair dismissal, whistleblowing and victimisation after finding that she had been subjected to "concerted and malicious" action by her employer.
Updated to reflect the Government's announcement on 8 July 2020 about the Job Retention Bonus.
Updated to reflect Regulations in force from 6 July 2020 that clarify SSP entitlement for employees living in extended or linked households or where a person with coronavirus symptoms is notified that they are not infected.
In Broadist v HM Prison Service, an employment tribunal found that the employer's refusal to allow a semi-retired dog handler to remain working on a part-time basis with an alternative dog, after his dog had died, amounted to indirect age discrimination.
This guide, previously titled “How to prepare for Brexit”, has been revised to focus on how HR can plan for the end of free movement and the new immigration system in place from 1 January 2021, following the Brexit transition period.
Employers are being asked to "play their part" in the NHS test and trace service by encouraging workers to comply with requests to self-isolate and to support them while they are in isolation. Jo Broadbent, Counsel Knowledge Lawyer at Hogan Lovells, explores some of the legal and practical issues for employers of the test and trace service.
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