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Unravelling SOSR Dismissals

Join ViewHR and Employment Tribunal Judge/Barrister Stephen Wyeth to look at the thorny topic of SOSR dismissals on Wednesday 19th June at 9am. During this event, we will be focussing…

Navigating TUPE

Employment law is often like shifting sands in the desert; nothing stays the same for too long. One area of legislation that is seeing some upcoming movement is TUPE –…

Neurodiversity in the workplace

In recent years, the concept of neurodiversity in the workplace has gained significant attention and attraction within the workplace. Neurodiversity refers to the other ways that the brain may work,…

AI – To fear or not to fear?

Chances are you’ve heard the buzz about AI – Artificial Intelligence. It’s been making waves, transitioning from a theoretical concept to a practical tool accessible through everyday products like ChatGPT,…

Forthcoming changes to employment law

In the realm of employment law, forthcoming legislation aims to bolster workplace protections: the Worker Protection (Amendment of Equality Act 2010) 2023 mandates employers to prevent sexual harassment, while the…

Holiday pay changes already in effect

The government passed legislation in January regarding detailed changes to holiday pay for part-year workers, irregular hour workers and rolled-up holiday pay. They actually come into effect for individual employers from…

Changes to paternity leave

The Paternity Leave (Amendment) Regulations 2024 come into effect on 6 April 2024.  This follows an announcement of intent by the government last summer to amend the right to paternity…

The Art of Notetaking

Notetaking is not as basic as you may think, taking notes plays a very important role in any formal HR related meeting. These notes are likely to be used as…