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  • Overview

    In this month’s Workplace Law we have a video from Ben Stepney, Senior Associate from our employment team giving us a brief update on some legislative changes we expect to see throughout 2022 including the national minimum wage increase from April, the extra bank holiday and what employers should consider, the new rules for requesting flexible working from day one, and what are the new rights for carers following the EU work-life balance directive.

    We also have some articles discussing the new law regarding fit notes coming into force from 6 April, we look at what can be learnt from P&O Ferries about collective redundancies, and we consider the differences between equal pay and the gender pay gap, and how an employer can respond to an equal pay claim. 

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

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    Ben Stepney, Senior Associate from our employment team giving us a brief update on some legislative changes we expect to see throughout 2022.

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    What is the new law regarding fit notes? 

    On 6 April 2022, the law will change regarding doctor produced fit notes, which are a prerequisite for statutory sick pay. An updated version of the fit note will be introduced which no longer requires a doctor’s manual signature in order to be valid.  

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    What can we learn from P&O Ferries about collective redundancies?

    P&O Ferries’ recent dismissal of 800 members of staff with immediate effect raised serious questions as to the legality of these summary mass redundancies.   

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    What is the difference between equal pay and the gender pay gap? 

    Contrary to popular belief, equal pay and the gender pay gap are two different topics. The gender pay gap measures the difference in average earnings between women and men across a whole organisation.  

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