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March

  • 19 Mar 2024
    2024

    Employment Law

    EmpLaw Newsletter March 2024

    In the recent case of Miller v University of Bristol, the Claimant held anti-zionist views. He had been subject to two internal investigations after making comments about Zionism being “inherently racist, imperialist and colonial”. These investigations concluded that his views were not ...
  • 18 Mar 2024
    2024

    Employee Benefits

    From apprenticeships to flexible working; female empowerment starts here

    “Despite the progress made over the last century to improve women’s economic empowerment, in the main, women’s financial independence is only being realised by a minority” [Insuring Women’s Futures’ Manifesto: The full report, Chartered Insurance Institute, Jan 2020]
  • 12 Mar 2024
    2024

    Employee Benefits

    Why social prescribing should form part of back to work support

    It’s Social Prescribing Day on 14th March. And on this day, there are events planned across England, to help showcase the value of social prescribing and local projects that have delivered impact. But how does that translate to a workplace context?

February

  • 19 Feb 2024
    2024

    Employment Law

    EmpLaw Newsletter February 2024

    The Court of Session has recently handed down its judgment in the case of Bathgate v Technip Singapore PTE Ltd which concerned whether a settlement agreement could be used to settle future unknown claims. The Claimant was made redundant and left employment under a settlement agreement. After ...
  • 09 Feb 2024
    2024

    Employee Benefits

    #ICYMI In Case You Missed It

    Our quarterly bulletin ICYMI (in case you missed it) cuts through the noise to bring substantive thought leadership that will make a difference to employers and employees.

January

  • 17 Jan 2024
    2024

    Employment Law

    EmpLaw Newsletter January 2024

    A recent Employment Appeal Tribunal decision reminds employers that it is crucially important that redundancy proposals are shared with the workforce at a formative stage. Failure to do so could make any resulting dismissals unfair. In Joseph de Bank Haycocks v ADP RPO UK Limited, the Claimant ...