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Employment Law Updates

10 Jun 2021
The Right to Work in the United Kingdom

The Right to work British citizens and those with settled status have an unconditional right to w...

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10 Jun 2021
Having No Contact With Bullying Managers is a Reasonable Adjustment

Reasonable Adjustments In the case of Mrs S Hill v Lloyds Bank PLC [2020], the Employme...

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10 Jun 2021
Foster Carers Are Employees

In Glasgow City Council v Johnstone, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has ruled that foster...

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10 Jun 2021
Dismissal for Reputational Damage Unfair if not a formal allegation

In K v L the Employment Appeal Tribunal has re-emphasised that in accordance with the prin...

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10 Jun 2021
Reforms in the Employment Tribunal

On 17th September 2020, the Business Minister, Paul Scully announced reforms to help the Employment...

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10 Jun 2021
Gender-fluid & Non-binary Workers Are Protected by Equality Act 2010

Under Section 7 of the Equality Act 2010, a person has the protected characteristic of gender r...

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10 Jun 2021
Guidelines on Face Coverings in the Workplace

What is a face covering? A ‘face-covering’ is anything that adequately covers the...

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10 Jun 2021
Are Paranoid Delusions a Disability?

(Illustration by Michael S. Helfenbein via Yale News) Are Paranoid Delusions a Disabilit...

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10 Jun 2021
Workers’ Right to Picket Upheld by the High Court

  Workers on strike continue to have the legal right to picket their workplace during Co...

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10 Jun 2021
New Rules on ACAS Early Conciliation

New rules on ACAS Early Conciliation come into force today. The Employment Tribun...

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