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11Feb

Penalties for businesses who fail to train staff regularly on anti-discrimination

The importance of effective and frequent equal opportunities training was recently highlighted by th...

12Jan

Home-schooling and Furlough

Last week, HMRC updated their guidance to confirm that employees who are unable to work because they...

24Jun

Chris McAvoy-Newns appointed as Fee Paid Employment Judge

We are delighted to announce that our Founder, Chris McAvoy-Newns, has been appointed as a Fee Paid...

12May

Been made redundant when you could have been ‘furloughed’?

In response to the Covid19 pandemic, the Government introduced the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme....

21Apr

Your rights: treated unfairly at work because of raising Covid19 concerns?

The worldwide spread of Covid19 has forced governments to effectively put their economies into deep-...

01Apr

What is gross misconduct?

You have very probably heard the terms “gross misconduct” or “summary dismissal” before, but like mo...

01Apr

The Good Work Plan

April 2020 Changes April 2020 sees a number of changes to employment law, in addition to those relat...