Tag Archive: flexible working

  • Employment Law Newsletter – December 2021

    A review of December’s employment law cases and other important news. We have a range of interesting cases centered on discrimination and some equally interesting studies focussing on equality and supporting women and parents, plus a government call for information on umbrella companies.

  • Employment Law Newsletter – November 2021

    A review of November’s employment law cases, including a variety of unfair dismissal cases, and other news such as analysis of the gender pay gap, research into conflicted parents in the workplace, discussion over proposed AI legislation and advice to employers.

  • Employment Law Newsletter – September 2021

    A review of September’s employment law cases and other important news, including Covid-19/national insurance/immigration updates, a consultation on flexible working rights and how home working may be putting people off retirement.

  • Employment Law Newsletter – July 2021

    A review of July’s employment law cases covering Covid-19, dismissal, employment status and discrimination. Other important news items include confirmation regarding data protection, flexible working, SEISS and ACAS guidance on hybrid working.

  • Employment Law Newsletter – March 2021

    A review of March’s employment law cases and other important news, including Covid-19 updates, Spring budget, gender pay gap reporting postponed, updates on unemployment and women on boards.

  • Employment Law Newsletter – February 2021

    A review of February’s employment law cases and other important news, from the final word on the Uber case, to a variety of discrimination cases and other interesting information such as the follow up from Covid-19 surveys.