Daniel Barnett presents...
The ULTIMATE guide to the issues vexing employment lawyers, HR Professionals, union leaders and anyone involved in the world of work.
Lifetime access to recordings of all three sessions
As vaccines become available for all ages, can employers insist on 'no jab, no job' for existing employees and for new recruits? You'll learn:
PLUS the new legislation preventing care homes from allowing unvaccinated workers to enter the building is controversial and raises many employment law issues, all of which will be discussed.
The early cases arising from the first Covid lockdown have now reached employment tribunals. In this session, you'll discover how tribunals are approaching dismissals by employers because their employees are refusing to wear masks, or staying at home when they've been told to return to work.
We'll draw out the principles and trends from over a dozen decided cases, and answer these and other questions.
As the furlough scheme tapers off and ends, Covid and Brexit are likely to result in large numbers of redundancy dismissals. This session considers eleven ways in which employers can offer alternatives to redundancy, explaining the benefits and disadvantages of each, including:-
Daniel Barnett is an employment law barrister at Outer Temple
Chambers in London.
He is the author or co-author of thirteen books, including the leading title Handbook on Employment Law (currently in its 8th edition), two of which have been ranked as #1 on the Amazon bestseller lists for HR books.
He has presented seminars for the House of Commons, the BBC, Oxford University, HSBC, Barclays Bank, Ocado, and dozens of other organisations in-house, and keynoted at national and international conferences. In 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2019 he wrote and presented the Employment Law MasterClass national tour, speaking to thousands of employment lawyers and HR Professionals around the UK. He produces the Employment Law Matters podcast, ranked #1 on the Apple Podcast Store for business podcasts in the UK.
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