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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Spring Series 2018 – Aberdeen – Employment Law Update

Tuesday 13th March 2018 Skene House Rosemount Suites 96 Rosemount Viaduct Aberdeen AB25 1NX Timings 12.00pm Registration & Lunch 12.30pm Presentation 1.30pm  Questions 1.45pm  Coffee & Networking 2.30pm  Close Content The seminar will look at the following issues: Changing terms and conditions. Flexibility clauses and when they can be used. […]

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Spring Series 2018 – Glasgow – Employment Law Update

Thursday 22nd March 2018 Blythswood Square 11 Blythswood Square Glasgow Timings 8.00am  Registration & Breakfast 8.30am  Presentation 9.30am  Questions 9.45am  Coffee & Networking 10.30am Close Content The seminar will look at the following issues: Changing terms and conditions. Flexibility clauses and when they can be used. How to implement changes […]

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Spring Series 2018 – Edinburgh – Employment Law Update

Tuesday 27th March 2018       Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian Princess Street Edinburgh EH1 2AB Timings 8.00am  Registration & Breakfast 8.30am  Presentation 9.30am  Questions 9.45am  Coffee & Networking 10.30am Close Content The seminar will look at the following issues: Changing terms and conditions. Flexibility clauses and when […]

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HR Issues – Prevent exit interviews with stay interviews

One of the main goals of any human resources departments is to find and retain talent. In order to do this, organisations must constantly be seeking out information about employee experience and satisfaction. Once this information is attained, human resources professionals can strategically improve processes and policies to create a […]

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Tribunal Tale – Chief Constable of Norfolk v Coffey

Background The basic concept of the law on disability discrimination will be clear to most: it is unlawful to treat someone less favourably due to them having a disability. Of course, in practice, disability discrimination is a more complicated beast, and it is possible (and common) to fall foul of […]

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Ask the Expert – Protected conversations

Employers who have experience of attempting to reach a mutual agreement with an employee to terminate their employment will most likely be familiar with the idea of the Without Prejudice (WP) conversation. The purpose of the WP conversation, in this context, is to create scope for parties to discuss and […]

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Legal Issues – Rise in tribunal claims

In July last year, following a number of appeals from the trade union Unison, the Supreme Court eventually found that the tribunal fee regime introduced in 2013 was unlawful. Since then, the government has had the unenviable job of having to determine who is entitled to a refund, which will […]

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