New Draft ACAS Code of Practice Expert Comments
ACAS have published in draft the latest version of their Code of Practice on Discipline and Grievance at work. The Employment Bill, which is currently passing...
David Reid
16th Jun 2008
New Draft ACAS Code of Practice Published
Last month, ACAS published in draft the latest version of their Code of Practice on Discipline and Grievance at work.
David Reid
16th Jun 2008
Expired Disciplinary Warnings - Expert Comments
Can employers take expired disciplinary warnings into account?
Just Employment Law
19th May 2008
Expired Disciplinary Warnings (Again!) - Expert Comments
You may recall that some time ago, we sent our subscribers an update about a Scottish Court of Session case on the question of whether employers could take...
David Reid
19th May 2008
Extra Sick Pay for Disabled Employees – A Reasonable Adjustment?
The Disability Discrimination Act requires employers to make “reasonable adjustments” in respect of disabled employees’ jobs. But does this...
David Reid
1st Jun 2006
Mediation - the new alternative to employment tribunals? - Expert Comments
With further major changes in employment law and tribunal procedure just around the corner, will the Gibbons Report herald the take-off of employment law...
David Reid
1st May 2006
Managing World Cup Fever - Expert Comments
Football fever is about to hit the nation with the World Cup running from 9 June until 9 July. While the World Cup brings excitement for individuals throughout...
David McRae
1st May 2006
Mediation - the new alternative to employment tribunals? - Expert Comments
The dispute resolution regulations are a failure…
David Reid
1st May 2006
Disciplinary Letters – What You Need to Say and Send - Expert Comments
The Employment Act 2002 (Dispute Regulations) 2004 obliges employers to follow statutory minimum disciplinary procedures. These procedures must generally...
David Reid
1st Apr 2006
TUPE – The New Rules - Expert Comments
After years of waiting, the new Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 come into force on 6 April. Here, we look at the main...
Gillian Cumming
1st Mar 2006
Age Discrimination - Expert Comments
Tips for avoiding inadvertently age discriminating employees.
Just Employment Law
1st Feb 2006
Age Discrimination – The Next Big Thing - Expert Comments
Discrimination will undoubtedly be the big employment law issue of 2006. The proposed laws currently going through Parliament will affect every employer in the land.
David Reid
1st Feb 2006
Family Friendly Legislation - The New Wave - Expert Comments
We take a look and offer advice on family friendly legislation Statutory Maternity Pay, Statutory Adoption Pay and Maternity Allowance.
David Reid
1st Jan 2006
The Christmas party - Avoiding the Pitfalls - Expert Comments
It is well established that employers are vicariously liable for the actions of their employees in the course of their employment. This can include actions...
David Reid
1st Dec 2005
Disability Discrimination - The Net Widens - Expert Comments
Do you have any employees suffering from MS, Cancer or HIV? If so be aware that these individuals are now likely to fall within the scope of the DDA and therefore...
Stuart Swan
1st Nov 2005
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