Rebecca Berry and Frances Rollin discuss the benefits of neurodiversity at work, how employment law impacts employers and neurodivergent employees, a recent case on reasonable adjustments for neurodiverse job applicants plus more!
In this podcast Chelsea Feeney and Frances Rollin discuss the recent tribunal case of Webb v London Underground. The employer in this case had dismissed an employee following posts on her private Facebook account
Tom Lingard, Head of our Intellectual Property team, joins Rebecca Berry from our employment team to discuss the thorny issue of how businesses can protect themselves against rogue current and former employees misusing confidential information.
What should you do if an employee is stranded overseas or is otherwise affected by travel disruption? What about employees who are unwell with covid whilst on holiday? Should you consider requests to extend periods of holiday by a period of remote working from abroad? Employment law experts, Hollie Ryan and Chantelle de Filippis, discuss how to handle these common holiday ‘headaches’ below.
Could this help you live and work in the UK? As a business, could it help with the recruitment issues you’re experiencing and enable you to hire overseas talent more easily? Immigration experts Kerry Garcia and Jackie Penlington discuss here.
Your business may have embraced hybrid working but what hang-over issues has this left you with? Have you thought about proximity bias and the risk of discriminating against employees choosing to work from home? What about employees who refuse to come into the office the week before their holiday? Do you really know how employees dispose of confidential information at home? Employment law experts, Hannah Ford and Emily Hocken, discuss below.
The COVID-19 Pandemic has fundamentally changed the UK workplace and accelerated new working practices. Has your business’s remuneration model kept pace with change? How can your compensation strategy capitalise on the opportunities presented by the new landscape? Employment law experts, Sarah Taylor and Rebecca Berry discuss here.
As we enter 2022, the challenge of recruiting and retaining talent is greater than ever - what tactics, terms and benefits are most effective at winning the battle? What innovations have we seen to give businesses the edge? Employment law experts, Hannah Ford and Frances Rollin discuss here.
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