Employment Law Seminars
Tuesday 14 May: "Employment Law – Recent and Proposed Developments"
A session to explore recent and future legislative developments including employee shareholders, auto-enrolment in pensions, changes in the law (in particular relating to dismissals, whistleblowing and discrimination) as well as new proposals concerning, for example, family-friendly rights and sickness absence.
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If you wish to book a place on this seminar, please contact Jennifer Hellyer on 020 7404 0606 or by email on email@example.com
HR Health Check - bring your policies and procedures right up to date
The Employment Department offers employers the chance to have their current employment arrangements reviewed, with recommendations as to what should be changed in order to comply with current legal requirements and good practice.
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If you are interested in this service, please contact Trish McCarthy on 020 7404 0606 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rank Nemo (DMS) Limited & Others v Coutinho - Court of Appeal Judgement
Goodman Derrick LLP acted for Rank Nemo (DMS) Limited and other associated parties in the case of Rank Nemo (DMS) Limited & Others v Coutinho (A2/2008/2385) in their appeal on a point of law before the Court of Appeal heard on 20 March 2009.
The appeal concerned the jurisdiction of the Employment Tribunal to deal with certain applications after judgment.
For judgement click here.
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A confidential employment advice helpline is available for workers in the UK film and television industries. The Workline service is run by staff with HR experience gained within those industries, and coordinated by our employment team here at Goodman Derrick LLP.
Advice covers the full gamut of work-related queries, including contract issues, maternity and paternity leave and pay, flexible working hours, disciplinary and dismissal procedures, and pensions.
The telephone number for the helpline is 0870 850 7147. More details can be found at Workline.
Children and Families Bill 2012/13
Significant changes to the family-friendly employment rights regime are being contemplated. Read here for details about the key proposals
HR Frequently Asked Questions - January 2013
Click here for our employment team's latest newsletter which gives practical advice and guidance on to how to deal with some difficult issues in the workplace, including snow disruption, whistleblowing and probationary periods.
Employee sickness is something that most employers face at some point. Click here to read about how to deal with sickness absence issues.
Employment News - Hotel and Leisure Sector January 2013
Click here for our employment team's latest newsletter which gives the hotel and leisure sector practical tips and guidance on how to deal with a number of important employment issues, including how to protect business interests and how to deal with snow days.
Employment Law - What to Expect in 2013
The Government has a wide variety of new legislation currently going through Parliament, which it intends to bring into force next year. This should make for a very interesting and challenging 2013 in the employment and discrimination arena
Competing Holiday Requests
Many staff will want time off over Christmas, and it’s not always possible to accommodate every request. So its important to ensure you have a sensible system for deciding who get to take holiday.
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