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Employment Law Update – Spring 2022 Round-Up

We’ve just finished all our client employment law updates for Spring. As valued members of our resource hub community, we wanted to summarise some of the highlights. Thanks to Suzanne and Claire, Employment Lawyers in the Vista team, for putting together this quick-look video update for busy HR professionals!

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Investigating Claims of Sexual Harassment

Investigating claims of sexual harassment can be complex and particularly sensitive. We got together with Abayomi Alemoru, a high profile investigator working with British Cycling, Board level NHS and PLC’s to discuss how to manage sensitive claims.

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How to Keep the Logistics of a Change Programme in Check

Large scale change or redundancy programmes can be logistical nightmares, with hundreds of settlement agreements to negotiate and a minefield of potential hiccups. We’ve been working to deliver a number of projects at scale recently, and have collected our top three tips to keep your programme running smoothly.

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Employment Law Update – September 2021

Welcome to this month’s employment law update. In September we’re covering: A direct discrimination case where Muslim employees were banned from wearing headscarves in the workplace Secretary of State for Justice v Plaistow – a case that turned out to be very costly, with career long losses In Aleem v E-Act Academy Trust Ltd the…

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Discrimination and the Shifting Burden of Proof: Why Employers Need to ‘Show Their Workings’

Section 13(1) of the Equality Act 2010 defines discrimination as occurring where “because of a protected characteristic, A treats B less favourably than A treats or would treat others”. In discrimination claims the burden of proof shifts from first the Claimant and then to the Respondent employer. The Starting Point: The employee must prove a…

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