Tag Archive: whistleblowing

  • 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 – October 2021

    A review of October’s employment law cases and other important news, with a focus on sex and race discrimination. Also contains a number of useful reports and guidance for employers.

  • Employment Law Newsletter – October 2020

    A review of October’s case law and other news affecting employment law, in particular Covid-19 updates, and guidance and information on equality, diversity, domestic abuse and anti-racism.

  • Employment Law Newsletter – November 2019

    A review of November’s employment law cases and other important news. We have some points to learn from checking immigration status, trial periods in redundancy situations and using covert CCTV, to offering money for advice in settlement agreements and working out when someone is whistleblowing for themselves or in the public interest. There’s also updates from the ICO, and good news on the diversity and mental health fronts. Plus the minimum wage delay and Christmas court closures.