EMPLOYMENT LAW BARRISTER
Online, via Zoom, 6 September 2021
As vaccines become available for all ages, can employers insist on 'no jab, no job' for existing employees and for new recruits?
And with new legislation requiring care homes to vaccinate workers, what are the exceptions and what do employers need to know?
Cases from the first lockdown have reached employment tribunals. In this session, you'll discover how tribunals are approaching the issues raised by Covid.
Topics include the fairness of dismissal for refusing to wear a mask; whether an employer is obliged to consider furlough before dismissing for redundancy; whether the urgency of lockdown entitles employers to impose changes to terms and conditions, and much more.
Covid and Brexit are likely to result in large numbers of redundancy dismissals once the furlough scheme ends. This session considers eleven ways in which employers can offer alternatives to redundancy.
The processes involved in a TUPE transfer can be time consuming and emotional for everyone involved. This book deconstructs the law and explains the relevant principles in simple and practical terms.
The UK’s leading membership organisation for smart, ambitious HR Professionals. Community, support, training and knowledge, led by Daniel Barnett, including magazines, seminars, community forum, conferences, Q&A sessions and much more.
For solicitors: generate new business, and improve goodwill with existing contacts, with Daniel Barnett’s team writing and sending employment law update emails for your clients.
Access the recording of my three hour Employment Report - Autumn 2020 (and receive a bespoke pdf workbook), with a special focus on health & safety detriments and dismissals in the era of coronavirus.
Subscribe to the leading employment law email update service in the UK. With over 30,000 recipients, we send out short summaries of all important employment law developments, on average three times a week.
A free ten-part course explaining how the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 work, and how employers should handle TUPE transfers.
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