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Tribunal Tale – Thornhill v London Borough of Camden (LBC)

Background While the law is an ever-developing beast, there are also legal tenets that have been in place for decades. These are often referred to as ‘tests’, meaning standards that are applied by judges when making decisions in the Employment Tribunal (ET). Perhaps one of the most commonly-applied of these […]

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Testimonial – Hamilton College

“The team at Navigator has added greatly to our HR and Employment Law resource, providing swift responses and commercial solutions to everyday issues and concerns as well as supporting us in our overview of our Employment and HR strategy.” Katie Morton Chief Operating Officer

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Health & Safety Update Seminar

Health & Safety Update Seminars December 2019 For our health & safety update seminars this December, Gary Foggo will be looking at the following topics: Control of Contractor Management Control of Asbestos A roundup of recent Health & Safety news We’ll be coming to Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh. For more […]

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Legal Issues – Independent Schools and Pensions – Significant challenges ahead

Once seen as an essential part of most employee contracts, defined benefit pension schemes have become increasingly expensive over the years. There are lots of factors involved in this, but a key part is that we’re all living longer, meaning our pensions need to be paid for longer. In the […]

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HR Issues – Independent Schools: Assessing Your Cost Efficiency Options

The majority of us work within an increasingly competitive environment, being constantly met with external financial demands. These demands force us to think of new ways to save money, a consideration which represents a classic ‘bug bear’ for many organisations. Despite this, diligent cost-saving remains one of the most important […]

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Autumn Series 2019 – Employment Law Updates

There is still plenty of time to get booked on to our Autumn Series of Employment Law Update Seminars this year. We’ll be kicking off the series on the 25th September in Glasgow. From there we’ll go on to Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Stirling, Melrose and Berwick. For more information on each […]

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3C’s Workshop – GDPR One Year On (Aberdeen)

Friday 1st November 2019 Skene House Rosemount Suites 96 Rosemount Viaduct Aberdeen AB25 1NX The Information Commissioner’s Office has recently announced its intention to fine British Airways £183.39m – the biggest fine in the UK to date since the GDPR came into force. What will it cover? It is over […]

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Tribunal Tale – Teacher pushed out for refusing to apologise to pupil

Daniel Goodey was a Principal Teacher at the High School of Dundee (HSoD) from August 2004 until his dismissal in July 2018. In early 2018 Goodey asked a pupil (X) to complete a piece of work alongside another pupil (Y). X complained about having to work with Y, but as […]

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The Scottish Health & Wellbeing at Work Conference 2019 – Speaker Update

Thursday 21st November 2019, Edinburgh The Scotsman Hotel20 North BridgeEdinburghEH1 1TR Absence is a thorn in the side of almost every employer, with days off leading to financial and other more intangible losses. We are also witnessing a rise in ‘presenteeism’ – employees coming to work when they probably shouldn’t […]

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Testimonial – Independent Living Fund Scotland (ILFS)

“We are delighted to have received endorsement from our auditors that we fall within the top 5 to 10% of data compliant organisations. We are grateful for the knowledgeable and practical input from Navigator to help us on this journey in terms of key documentation review and, assistance with our […]

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21st August 2019