Employment, Workplace Law

Publish date

27 March 2024

Workplace Law – March 2024

Welcome to March’s Workplace Law. In this month’s edition you will find part two and three of our in-depth video series on the anatomy of a Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) tribunal case. If you haven’t watched part one, you can here.

We also discuss Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs) and how we can help take away the stress of dealing with them, plus we report on a recent case concerning disability discrimination and explain the National Minimum Wage increase which comes into effect from 1 April 2024.

If you have any questions about any of the topics raised in Workplace Law, please do get in touch.

The anatomy of a Special Educational Needs (SEND) tribunal case – part 2

In the second part of this video series, Nick Hobden, Jessica Wells and Sara Ibrahim of Gatehouse Chambers look at the issues arising from the types of claims made in SEND tribunal cases.

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Taking the stress out of data subject access requests (DSARs)

Nick Hobden explains how the employment team can help take away the stress of dealing with DSARs. By minimising manual efforts and reducing the need for extensive redaction, their solution offers significant time and costs savings for you and your organisation.

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Disability discrimination

Ben Stepney considers a disability discrimination claim which held that an employer should have offered a disabled employee an alternative role, despite the employer’s genuine doubts as to the employee’s ability to succeed in that role.

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National Minimum Wage increases

Ashley Matthews explains the new national minimum wage rates applicable from 1 April 2024.

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The anatomy of a Special Educational Needs (SEND) tribunal case – part 3

The third and final part looks at how schools can defend claims in a SEND tribunal and the process of the claim.

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