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Employment Law

05th September 2016

Beware of the Covert Recorder

Carley Kerrs-Walton Napthens LLP – Employment Law Specialist

It is a common misconception that covertly obtained recordings in the context of disciplinary/grievance hearings which are made without the...

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26th August 2016

Is It Ever Too Late to Withdraw a Job Offer?

Carley Kerrs-Walton Napthens LLP – Employment Law Specialist

Did you know that if you withdraw an offer of employment after having received an acceptance of the offer, it...

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22nd August 2016

Justifying Indirect Discrimination

Anthony Fox Napthens LLP – Employment Law Specialist

Under the Equality Act 2010, workers can be subjected to discrimination both directly and indirectly. Direct discrimination occurs where a person...

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12th August 2016

Being Inflexible Could be Discriminatory!

Oliver McCann Napthens LLP – Employment Law Specialist

A recent case acts as a timely reminder to employers that insisting employees work specific hours can, in some cases,...

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07th August 2016

The Importance of Conducting Right to Work Checks

Katy Parkinson Napthens LLP – Employment Law Specialist

Recent immigration raids by Home Office officials at Byron Burger restaurants across London, which resulted in the detention of 35...

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31st July 2016

Employment Status – Just Because You Say It Is, Doesn’t Mean It Is!

Oliver McCann Napthens LLP – Employment Law Specialist

A recent news story has brought the nature of an individual’s status within a business into the spotlight. Can an...

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25th July 2016

Does the ban on exclusivity clauses affect the enforceability of restrictive covenants?

Chris King Employment Law Specialist

Casual Workers The term casual worker is usually used to describe a worker who is engaged in a flexible, ad hoc...

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08th July 2016

The ACAS Code and Some Other Substantial Reason (“SOSR”) Dismissals

Chris King Employment Law Specialist

Hot on the heels of the Employment Appeal Tribunal's (EAT) decision in Holmes v QinetiQ Ltd which confirmed that the...

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04th July 2016

Dismissal for Ill Health

Anthony Fox Napthens LLP – Employment Law Specialist

The ACAS Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures (the “Code”) The Code provides practical guidance for employers, employees and...

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