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Paul provides support and assistance to his clients; he aims to be part of their HR team. As head of the Manchester employment team he ensures that this is the approach taken by all.
With 20 years’ experience of working for NHS clients, Paul can provide practical and pragmatic advice with a full understanding of context and objectives. Paul delivers clear, straightforward advice. This is the case whether it is an employment tribunal claim, a reorganisation, addressing misconduct, bullying or harassment, or simply a client phoning to double check facts.
Main areas of expertise
- employment tribunal claims
- redundancy and organisational change
- medical staffing issues
- handling and resolving employment disputes
- industrial action
The clients he works with
- foundation trusts
- NHS trusts
- clinical commissioning groups
- private sector employers
- Employment Lawyers Association
Hempsons legal experts discuss the latest VCod guidance
Yesterday evening, Sajid Javid announced a reversal of government policy to implement mandatory vaccinations throughout much of the health and social care sectors.
The government has published its COVID-19 Response: Summer 2021 (Roadmap) setting out the details of step 4 of the roadmap out of restrictions for England. The restriction are scheduled to be lifted on 19 July 2021. Hempsons' employment law team discuss the guidance.
The government has published new guidance for the public sector on making termination of employment/severance payments to employees.
Pharmacy managers must be mindful of the four types of age discrimination – harassment, victimisation and direct and indirect discrimination – say Thorrun Govind and Paul Spencer
What has whistleblowing got to do with doctors working in private practice? Isn’t that an issue relating to doctors in employment only? The recent employment tribunal case of Shoukrey v BMI Healthcare Limited shows this is not the case, warns Paul Spencer.
Welcome to our Summer 2019 edition of Hempsons’ Employment Newsbrief.
Facebook is not a good place to air workplace grievances as Mr Atherton discovered in his claim of unfair dismissal against his employer, Bensons Vending Limited. It appears staff morale was low after the company reduced its discretionary Christmas bonus due to financial constraints – the bonus becoming a gift of a bottle of alcohol.
Welcome to the Autumn/Winter 2017 edition of Hempsons Charities and Social Enterprise newsbrief
The EAT has confirmed in Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council v Willetts and Others that