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Case study: An unfair blanket ban
The case of Mr S v Elements Personnel Services Ltd highlights the potential for discrimination in blanket policies
Additional employment law cover for practices
SINCE employment tribunal fees were abolished in July 2017, there has been a significant increase in the number of UK employment tribunal claims.
Post-Brexit employment rights
EXISTING employment laws are expected to continue to apply in the UK until at least the end of 2020, the Government has said.
THE National Minimum Wage (Amendment) Regulations 2020 have been published, taking effect from 1 April.
Ask the expert: Maternity leave redundancy
Our administrator is due back from maternity leave soon, but her duties have been taken over by other staff. Can we make her role redundant?
All change for contracts
THERE are some key changes coming into effect next month that will affect the way employment contracts are put together.
Boost for pay and allowances
EMPLOYEES will receive boosts to key areas such as leave arrangements and holiday pay under new employment law changes.
Joint statement on flexible response needed in coronavirus outbreak
A JOINT statement has been issued by the UK national chief medical officers and the GMC acknowledging that the coronavirus outbreak will require a flexible response which may entail healthcare professionals working in unfamiliar circumstances or surroundings, or in clinical areas outside “usual practice”.
...In a routine consultation a few weeks later Mr K informs the GP that he is now having regular sex with his wife but is using barrier protection...
...The letter alleges that not only was the crown lengthening treatment inappropriate but the dentist also failed to inform Mr B of the benefit-versus-risk involved in the procedure...