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Employment Law News Updates

Here we publish information on the latest employment law news stories

A helpful  article from Emplaw authors Morrish Solicitors discussing the  recent EAT decision which confirmed that accepting a voluntary redundancy does not necessarily mean an unfair dismissal claim has no reasonable prospects of success.

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This article from Emplaw authors Lewis Silkin, takes an in-depth look at what questions employers should ask employees about their individual characteristics and how that information can be handled lawfully

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A useful article from Emplaw authors. Moorcrofts, discussing the evidence and the relevant factors

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A really useful reminder by Emplaw authors Lewis Silkin of the principles and requirements relevant to employment

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An article from Emplaw authors Morrish Solicitors summarising the next stages in HMCTS Reform Programme including automation of the listing process and the future of video hearings. 

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The Road Map, published by the President of the English and Wales Employment Tribunals and the President of the Scottish Employent Tribunals is found here

A useful brief overview from Emplaw authors Gowling WLG on what ESG covers and why it is important,

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5 Steps Towards Financial Security

Financial security: it’s one of the most crucial ingredients in the recipe for peace of mind. The idea that you’ve planned for the future can make the present twice as comfortable.

An on-demand webinar from Emplaw authors Gowling WLG explaining what is meant by 'measures' and the information and consultation process, including with regards to pension changes.

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Emplaw authors, Morrish Solicitors, highlight new powers for the Certification Officer which take effect from 1st April 2022.

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What is income protection?

Income protection is designed to protect you financially if illness or injury leaves you unable to work and earn an income. Typically, an income protection policy can cover around 60-70% of your gross monthly salary. Then, should you become incapacitated, you could receive a replacement income until you sufficiently recover.


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