Autumn/Winter 2016 issue of Hempsons’ Employment Newsbrief is available now
The newsbrief opens with an ‘In a Nutshell’ – summarising some topical matters that are likely to be relevant to you/your organisation.
In this edition we also look at a number of recent and important employment cases covering a wide range of issues including whistleblowing claims and protection, “protected conversations” and flexible working requests.
We comment on a significant decision from the Court of Appeal which could affect Trusts and organisations providing vocational placements for students.
We also discuss an EAT decision confirming that pay protection for a disabled employee moved to a lower paid role on account of a disability can constitute a reasonable adjustment.
Choose an article below to start reading or read the newsbrief in full:
In a nutshell…; When can ETs strike-out whistleblowing claims?; Do your agency staff have whistleblowing protection?; A study in creative writing = more rights for students; How protected are Protected Conversations?; How to keep on track with flexible working requests; Pay protection can be a reasonable adjustment