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Employment Law SOS: August 2017 02/08/2017

Tracey Marsden, partner at CMS, looks at difficulty understanding accents and tattoos in the workplace

Employment Law SOS (June 2017) 03/07/2017

David Beswick of Eversheds looks at previous drink-driving convictions and health & safety and religion

Employment Law SOS (June 2017) 18/05/2017

Emma Renke, head of HR services at MHR, looks at social media posts and work place bullying versus banter.

Employment Law SOS 13/02/2017

Ruth Nodder of the EEF answers questions on adverse weather and smoking breaks

Employment Law SOS 05/08/2016

Richard Parr, Solicitor Partner at Blacks Solicitors LLP

Employment law SOS 16/02/2016

Tracey Marsden of Nabarro, on a drunken punch-up and the rights and wrongs of a change of contract

Employment law SOS 19/01/2016

Ruth Nodder on managing abusive language and what to do about an epileptic employee

Employment Law SOS 03/12/2015

Tracey Marsden on wildcat strikes and whistle blowing

Employment law SOS 19/10/2015

Ruth Nodder on the dangers of social media and the legal implications of the national living wage

Employment law SOS 21/09/2015

Tracey Marsden on the sick pay rules and time off to care for a child

Employment Law SOS 07/08/2015

Ruth Nodder on bullying at work and managing sickness absence

Employment Law SOS 19/06/2015

Tracey Marsden on being forced to lift loads and how to avoid being the one left holding the baby

Employment law SOS 20/05/2015

David Beswick on video surveillance and managing an employee who has had a heart attack

Employment law 24/04/2015

Q My fellow directors and I often receive invitations from our suppliers to sports and other events. However, I am concerned that we may be straying over a line into illegal practices. When does corporate hospitality become bribery?

60 second guide to flexible working 19/03/2015

Numerous pieces of research have been published over the years pointing to the fact that a 'flexible' workforce appears to be a happier and, in general, more productive one.

Employment Law SOS: responding to the threat of industrial action 19/03/2015

Q My factory site is strongly unionised and is currently threatened with a strike. Is there anything in law I can do to prevent the shopfloor walking out?

Employment Law SOS: workplace temperatures 19/03/2015

Q What are my legal obligations regarding the thermal comfort of my employees and what does the law say about temperatures in the workplace?

60 second guide to avoiding victimisation claims 23/02/2015

Victimisation is detrimental treatment of employees and workers who perform "protected acts" under the Equality Act 2010 (EqA).

Employment law SOS: managing a frequently sick employee 23/02/2015

Q I have an employee who is regularly off sick – an average of two working days a month. How do I go about dismissing him without any legal comeback?

Employment law SOS: avoiding army/working life clash 23/02/2015

Q I'm in the Army Reserve (formerly the Territorial Army) and it looks as if I will soon be called upon to go on active duty. What are my employment rights? Will I get my job back when I return?

Employment law SOS: Electronic cigarettes 25/01/2015

Q A few individuals in our design office have started smoking electronic cigarettes. What does the law say about my responsibilities as an employer when it comes to e-cigarettes at work?

60 second guide to overtime and holiday pay 23/01/2015

Based on an earlier UK court decision employers have traditionally based the calculation of holiday pay on basic salary for those who have normal working hours.

Employment law SOS: Funding the cost of action against an employer 23/01/2015

Q I want to bring a case against my former employer for constructive dismissal, but I'm concerned about the price tag. Can you explain ways I might fund my legal costs?

60 second guide to absenteeism 01/12/2014

Absenteeism and sickness absence costs the economy billions of pounds each year in lost revenue and therefore it is vital to your business resilience, profitability and success that absence is managed as soon as it arises.

Employment law SOS: changing employees' duties 01/12/2014

Q A reorganisation of our factory will result in slight changes to the duties of some employees and will involve changing their terms and conditions. How can we do this in a way that prevents them from taking legal action?

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