Employment

‘No jab, no job’: Employers spark legal debate

Trade unions condemn businesses taking a ‘no jab, no job’ stance over covid-19 vaccinations

19 Feb 2021 | Discrimination

UK/EU divergence

The UK has made nearly 100,000 amendments to domestic and EU legislation since 2018, according to research from Thomson Reuters. By early December, the UK

29 Jan 2021 | Employment

'Time to rethink' employment law

Employment law in the UK is not fit for purpose for a future of homeworking, a law firm said
 

11 Dec 2020 | Employment

Job support schemes and litigation

Bianca Venkata considers the potential for litigation arising out of job support schemes

12 Nov 2020 | Employment

Employment discrimination claimants face more than a year's wait

Employment discrimination claimants face waiting until at least December 2021 for their hearings because of a lack of resources

Marian Bloodworth is elected chair of ELA

The Employment Lawyers Association has elected Kemp Little partner as chair

11 Sep 2020 | Employment

Employing precautions

Bianca Venkata considers the impact of the pandemic on employment firms

23 Jul 2020 | Employment

Avalanche of employment claims expected

The employment tribunal backlog must be cleared before the anticipated avalanche of post-covid claims, the Law Society warned

23 Jun 2020 | Employment

Passing the buck

Alec Samuels considers employers’ liability for the negligence or wrongdoing of employees and independent contractors

11 Jun 2020 | Employment

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