Legal Influencer

Q2 | 2019

Legal Influencers

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UK: failure to offer appeal against redundancy/SOSR dismissals is not inevitably unfair

United Kingdom - October 1 2021 The statutory ACAS Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures requires employers to offer employees a right of appeal for misconduct…

UK: tribunal rules that requiring office-based working to the disadvantage of employees who care for disabled dependents can be unlawful indirect discrimination

United Kingdom - September 28 2021 A first instance tribunal decision has ruled that UK law should be read as prohibiting a policy which indirectly discriminates against an employee…

UK: Government announcements on flexible work requests, carer’s leave and tips

United Kingdom - September 28 2021 Last week the Government published three consultation documents concerning proposed employment law reforms: a new consultation on changes to flexible…

UK Covid-19: update on latest employment law developments and cases; extended gender pay gap reporting deadline imminent

United Kingdom - September 9 2021 Changes to the self-isolation rules for double-jabbed workers came into force in England from 16 August. Individuals who received their second dose…

UK: Court of Session rules dismissal of teacher suspected of possessing indecent images is fair

United Kingdom - August 1 2021 The case of L v K makes clear that, where there is insufficient evidence to conclude that an employee is guilty of criminal conduct, an employer may…