How to manage close personal relationships at work Employees can spend a lot of time with their colleagues, in person and (more recently) remotely. Naturally, this increases the chances of friendships and romantic relationships from developing. Personal relationships...
The COVID cases are now starting to filter through the Tribunal system. Here is a decision made on 6 May 2022 in the Employment Appeal Tribunal which found that a COVID dismissal was not unfair. Rodgers v Leeds Laser Cutting Ltd  EAT 000437-VP is believed...
The Mental Health Foundation started Mental Health Awareness Week 21 years ago who continue to set the theme, organise and host the week. It’s an opportunity for the whole of the UK to focus on achieving good mental health and has grown to become...
If an individual wants to leave their job, they have to give their employer some warning, this is called a ‘notice period’. The same applies where an employer dismisses an individual (including making them redundant), although an employer is not required to give any...
On Monday 21st February 2022 the Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced his plan for ‘Living with Covid’. Amongst other measures, this included changes to the SSP Rebate Scheme. The Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme will close on 17 March 2022. You have...
The way the majority of employers view workplace wellbeing is changing especially in light of the disruption caused by the prolonged effects of the COVID 19 pandemic. Below, we have set out some information, hints & tips on supporting employee wellbeing as we move...
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