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ICS Forum webinar series: Workforce issues for ICSs - 3 weeks on from establishment

This on-demand webinar is presented by Jacqui Atkinson and Bridget Prosser. What HR issues are on your to-do list and what are the employment law ramifications?

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VCOD and healthcare workers – Getting ready to meet the requirement

We invite you to an on-demand webinar looking at the key legal and practical implications for healthcare employers arising from the NHS England VCOD Guidance and actions required in Phase 2 implementation stage.

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Compulsory vaccinations for frontline healthcare workers: Getting ready to meet the requirement

An on-demand webinar for HR practitioners, looking at the legal and practical implications for NHS employers of the Government’s decision to mandate COVID-19 vaccination for frontline healthcare workers.

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Legal update

16 August 2021 The meaning of “Correspondence” under MHPS

The High Court case of Burn v Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust [2021] EWHC 1674 has considered the scope of the disclosure requirements under the Maintaining High Professional Standards (MHPS) framework and provides some useful guidance for those tasked with carrying out case investigations.

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Dynamic workforces: Getting it right - navigating your way through statutory obligations

View our second part of our dynamic workforces webinar series. In part two, We all want to provide a dynamic workforce to our people and teams, where we will help you to navigate this journey and meet your statutory obligations.

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Legal update

22 July 2020 Quarantine FAQs for health and care employers

View our Quarantine FAQs for health and care employers.

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Learning for CCG's - recent healthcare employment cases and the pitfalls to avoid

There is a profound and notable change occurring in guidance from the centre and emerging case law on the handling of NHS Workforce matters.

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Published articles

12 December 2019 Addressing the gender pay imbalance

Since 2017, organisations with 250 employees or more have had to publish gender pay data which often demonstrates a significant imbalance such that when it comes to pay it is said that in comparison to men, women work from 14 November in each year for free.

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