Topical legal content articles for marketing employment law
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Forthcoming legal topics
Examples of the employment law topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include:
Employers - let’s talk about pay
- fair treatment and discrepancies in pay rises;
- a look at the different pay gaps for employees;
- assessing your pay gap to avoid discriminatory pay claims; and
- justifying a pay difference or discriminatory pay practices.
Investigating employee misconduct: how to get it right
- avoiding future unfair dismissal claims;
- checking your disciplinary procedures;
- conducting a reasonable investigation; and
- producing an investigation report for consideration.
Spring 2022 - employment law update
- recent employment law developments;
- the key changes employers need to know about this year ;
- a timeline of the key dates and when changes come into effect; and
notable employment law cases and implications.
Dismissing an employee fairly – a refresher
- why the procedure is so important;
- when can an employee bring a claim?
- key pitfalls to avoid when dismissing an employee; and
- how to minimise risks throughout the dismissal process.
Receiving an employment tribunal claim: what to do next
- what happens at the start of the process;
- the role of Acas and triggering early conciliation;
- what you can do to help prepare a defence; and
- tips on how to keep down legal costs.
Return to the workplace: be aware of an employee’s disabilities
- the impact of the pandemic on employee health;
- disabilities and employer responsibility;
- Covid impact on existing disabilities; and
Employees that have developed new disabilities.