Welcome to December’s Workplace Law. In this edition (and next month’s) we will be sharing with you an in-depth video in two parts focussing on an employee bringing an employment tribunal claim, what it means to bring a claim, the process, benefits, drawbacks and how we can provide assistance to you.
This month you’ll also find a selection of articles including guidance for employers on sexual harassment in the workplace and redundancy consultations, plus the retention of EU law derived equality rights as well as an invitation to our virtual HR Club taking place next month. If you have any questions about any of the topics raised in Workplace Law, please do get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org
What an employee should consider before bringing an employment tribunal claim
In part one of this video series, Nick Hobden and Jessica Wells discuss what an employee should consider before bringing an employment tribunal claim, the steps they need to take, commencing a claim and preliminary hearings. Tune into part two in January’s Workplace Law where Nick and Jessica will then discuss the final hearing stage.
New law to prevent sexual harassment at work due to come into force
New legislation for 2024 imposes a mandatory duty on all employers to take steps to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace. This article looks at the new rules and what employers need to do.
Redundancy consultations: Guidance for employers
When should an employer start workforce consultation on redundancies? It might be earlier than you think, following a recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case.
Equality Act 2010 amended to preserve discrimination protections derived from EU law
The Government has confirmed that existing EU discrimination laws will be retained in the UK but there will be some subtle changes that employers should look out for.
Invitation – HR Club
We are looking forward to hosting our next virtual HR Club on Wednesday 24 January 2024 at 11:00, where we will deliver a briefing and brainstorming session, looking at what has happened employment law-wise over the last 12 months and what we can expect in the next 12 months. After the presentation we will invite questions and brainstorm how these developments might impact your organisation in 2024.
If you would like to join, please sign up here