Our set of UK employment law guidance videos for employers and HR managers

 

Videos for Employers

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

The Government's Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme was announced on 20 March 2020, with further information regarding the Scheme being made available online...
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GDPR - A to Z of employment law

New EU wide data protection regulations come into force on 25 May 2018.   In this latest video Angela Strzyzewska, Trainee Solicitor with Just...
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Flexible Working - A to Z of employment law

Eligible employees have the statutory right to request flexible working.   In this latest video Louise Walker, Senior Solicitor with Just Employment...
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Equality - A to Z of employment law

The Equality Act 2010 makes it unlawful to discriminate against workers because of a protected characteristic.   In this latest video Amanda Deeley,...
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Absence - 60 second update

To effectively manage employee absence and ideally reduce absence from work, employers should monitor absence levels and have a clear policy in place for...
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Absence - A to Z of employment law

Employers should have clear procedures in place which set out employee obligations to report absence and keep in touch during any period of sickness absence.   In...
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Absence - Fortnightly Focus

To effectively manage employee absence and ideally reduce absence from work, employers should monitor absence levels and have a clear policy in place for...
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Agency Workers - 60 second update

An agency worker may be an employee or a worker of either the employment business that they are signed up to work with or the client (or neither)....
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Agency Workers - Fortnightly Focus

An agency worker may be an employee or a worker of either the employment business that they are signed up to work with or the client (or...
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Brexit - A to Z of employment law

Much of UK employment law derives from European Law. It is anticipated therefore that there may be changes in UK employment law following Brexit.   In...
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Brexit - The Implications for Employers and Employees

Brexit has and will continue to have an effect on businesses across the country, not least in respect of employees who are worried about how it will affect...
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Care of Dependants - A to Z of employment law

Employees have a statutory right to take unpaid time off to care for dependants in certain situations.   In this latest video Louise Walker, Senior...
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Contracts of Employment - 60 second update

A written statement of employment particulars must be provided to an employee within two months of commencement of employment. Different types of employee...
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Contracts of Employment - Fortnightly Focus

A written statement of employment particulars must be provided to an employee within two months of commencement of employment. Different types of...
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Current Rates and Limits - 60 second update

On various dates in April 2017, there will be various increases to rates and limits relevant to UK employment law. In this video, Gillian Cumming, Senior...
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Current Rates and Limits - Fortnightly Focus

On various dates in April 2017, there were various increases to rates and limits relevant to UK employment law. Thise video from Just Employment Law is...
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Date of Dismissal - A to Z of employment law

A dismissal will only take effect once the dismissal has been effectivly communicated to an employee.   In this latest video David Reid, Director...
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Disciplinary - 60 second update

When dealing with misconduct by a member of staff it is important to ensure that a fair procedure is followed. It is important to ensure that a thorough investigation...
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Disciplinary - Fortnightly Focus

When dealing with misconduct by a member of staff it is important to ensure that a fair procedure is followed. It is important to ensure that a thorough investigation...
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Disciplinary Matters

All employers will undoubtedly have to deal with disciplinary matters from time to time and it will be appropriate to ensure a fair process is followed. In...
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Dress Code

Most employers will wish to have some form of control over what their employees wear at work, whether for health and safety reasons or how it looks to their...
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Early Conciliation

A prospective Claimant must now submit an early conciliation form to ACAS prior to raising an Employment Tribunal claim. In this video, Gillian Cumming...
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Employment Status - 60 second update

The employment status of an individual is important for a number of reasons. For example, certain important legal rights only apply if an individual...
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Employment Status - Fortnightly Focus

The employment status of an individual is important for a number of reasons. For example, certain important legal rights only apply if an individual...
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Employment Tribunal Fees - 60 second update

On 26 July 2017, the Supreme Court declared that the fee regime was unlawful, quashing the Employment Tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal Fees Order...
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Employment Tribunals - 60 second update

To start a claim at an Employment Tribunal, a claimant must present their claim form (known as an ET1) to the tribunal within the relevant time limit. A claimant...
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Employment Tribunals - Fortnightly Focus

To start a claim at an Employment Tribunal, a claimant must present their claim form (known as an ET1) to the tribunal within the relevant time limit....
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Flexible Working

All employees in the UK with the requisite length of service have the statutory right to make a flexible working request. In this video, Louise Walker...
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Flexible Working- Fortnightly Focus

Employees with at least 26 weeks' continuous employment can make a request for flexible working for any reason. This video from Just Employment Law is...
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Grievances - 60 second update

All employers will undoubtedly have to deal with employee grievances from time to time and it will be appropriate to ensure a fair process is followed. Employers...
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Grievances - Fortnightly Focus

All employers will undoubtedly have to deal with employee grievances from time to time and it will be appropriate to ensure a fair process is followed. This...
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Holiday Pay

Holiday pay is an area of employment law that has been developing over recent years. All employers should ensure that they pay employees holiday pay in accordance...
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Limiting Liability for Breaches

Might you be breaching your employment law obligations by having insufficient contractual documentation or policies or through the actions of your employees? In...
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Maternity Leave - Fortnightly Focus

Employees are eligible for 52 weeks' maternity leave. This consists of 26 weeks ordinary maternity leave, plus 26 weeks additional maternity leave. As a minimum,...
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Notice Periods - 60 second update

Notice is usually required in order to lawfully terminate a contract of employment. An exception to this is where the contract is for a fixed term and simply...
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Notice Periods - Fortnightly Focus

Notice is usually required in order to lawfully terminate a contract of employment. An exception to this is where the contract is for a fixed term and simply...
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Paternity Leave - 60 second update

Eligible employees can take either one whole week or two consecutive weeks' statutory paternity leave within 56 days of a child's birth or...
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Paternity Leave - Fortnightly Focus

Eligible employees can take either one whole week or two consecutive weeks' statutory paternity leave within 56 days of a child's birth...
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Performance - 60 second update

In a poor performance situation, an employee should usually be given an opportunity to improve within a certain timescale and their progress should be...
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Performance - Fortnightly Focus

In a poor performance situation, an employee should usually be given an opportunity to improve within a certain timescale and their progress should...
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Performance Management

All employers will undoubtedly have to deal with poor performance from time to time and it will be appropriate to ensure a fair process is followed. In...
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Pre Termination Negotiations

It can sometimes be necessary for an employer to approach an employee to discuss parting ways on agreed terms. In this video, David McRae of Just Employment...
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Redundancy - 60 second update

Employers need to ensure that they follow correct procedures and apply them fairly during a redundancy situation. Employees who are dismissed by reason of...
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Redundancy - Fortnightly Focus

Employers need to ensure that they follow correct procedures and apply them fairly during a redundancy situation. Employees who are dismissed by reason of...
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Settlement Agreements

We offer employer clients a full and comprehensive service in respect of settlement agreements including giving advice on the terms and enforcement of agreements,...
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TUPE - 60 second update

The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE) preserve employees' terms and conditions when a business or undertaking, or...
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TUPE - Fortnightly Focus

The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE) preserve employees' terms and conditions when a business or undertaking,...
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Time Off For Dependants

Employees are entitled to time off for dependants in particular circumstances and legislation provides when this right will apply. In this video, Louise...
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Time Off for Care of Dependants - Fortnightly Focus

Employees have the right to take a "reasonable" amount of unpaid time off work to take "necessary" action to deal with particular situations affecting...
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Unfair Dismissal - 60 second update

Generally, an employee who has completed the applicable qualifying period of service has the right not to be unfairly dismissed. However, an employee may...
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Unfair Dismissal - Fortnightly Focus

There are five potentially fair reasons for dismissal in the UK, and generally, an employee must have two years' continuous service in order to bring a claim...
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Using Social Media

Many employees will use social media at some point, whether at work or outside of work. The use of social media can cause issues in the workplace, whether...
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