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Redundancy and Furlough – What’s the Relationship?

Redundancy and furlough: can employers make redundancies when the furlough scheme is still in place? Here’s our guidance. You can find more on our Coronavirus Advice Hub. The Current Situation There is now estimated to be approximately 8.4 million employees on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS). As of 29 May 2020, the Government announced…

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The Legalities of Managing a Flexible Working Request

Historically, flexible working requests have been associated with working mums. Fast forward a few years and the benefit is now seen as an important part of the employment package by a wide variety of employees. The benefits of offering flexible working are seldom out of the headlines, and if you are an employer reading this…

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Employment Law Update – July 2019

Welcome to our July employment law update, where we look at the latest interesting cases from the employment tribunal. The holiday season is upon us, just in time for the next instalment of the holiday pay saga that has been making its way through the courts for quite some time. For full case updates, please…

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Document Disclosure in the Employment Tribunal – How to Get it Right
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Welcome to Vista, Vanessa!

Vista is pleased to welcome a new member to our team, Vanessa Naldrett. Vanessa joined Vista this month as ER and Soft Skills Training Manager, a brand-new role for us and one we are really excited about.  Vanessa will be working together with our Head of Learning, Vicky Roberts and alongside our team of employment…

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Diversity and Inclusion: Getting Buy In from the Bottom
The Gender Pay Gap: A No Nonsense Guide for Employees
Trials and tribulations of launching a website – the Vista way
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GDPR for HR: 3 changes that matter for employers

Many employers will be busy preparing for the changes in General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’), which come into effect in May 2018. But what does GDPR mean for HR? Every area of a business is affected by the new regulations, and some of the most significant changes will be for Human Resources. Amid the complexity,…

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