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21 January 2022 Care home worker fairly dismissed for refusing Covid-19 vaccination

The Tribunal considered whether a care home worker was unfairly dismissed following her refusal to be vaccinated against Covid-19. It is important to note the Claimant’s dismissal pre-dated the compulsory vaccination regulations in force from November 2021.

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28 June 2021 Flexible working, childcare and indirect sex discrimination – important reminder

The courts have long recognised that, on a societal level, women bear a greater burden of childcare responsibilities than men which can make it more difficult for women to comply with employer requirements for flexible working (known as the ‘childcare disparity’).

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Continuing professional development for line managers

Our award-winning employment lawyers and HR Consultants will be hosting a programme of six weekly sessions that will have real impact on how you manage and get the best out of your staff. Benefit from our extensive experience with complimentary, bite-sized learning opportunities.

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20 January 2020 Ahmed v BBC – the BBC pay a high price for equal pay

In the latest of the ongoing equal pay controversies within the BBC, the Employment Tribunal has handed down its judgment in Samira Ahmed case in a decision expected to cost the BBC in the region of £700,000 in back pay.

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Hear from Helen Taylor and Alex Berkshire on the new proposed Immigration system

The government has published its long awaited proposals for a new immigration system, we are told will come into force early 2021, regardless of whether or not a Brexit deal is done.

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15 January 2018 A check on your check-off obligations

Check-off is the system where union membership subscriptions are deducted from union members at source by the members’ employer and then passed onto the union on the members’ behalf.

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15 November 2017 Does an employee with the right of abode need to provide right to work documents?

The EAT has confirmed that it is unfair to dismiss an employee who has the right to work in the UK because he could not provide documentary evidence of that right.

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6 September 2017 Across the board increase in injury to feelings awards

The 'Vento bands' have long prescribed the level of award to be made for injury to feelings in harassment and discrimination claims. The Court of Appeal has recently confirmed that the uplift does apply in the decision of De Souza v Vinci Construction (UK) Ltd.

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