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:
Spring employment law round up
- increase in statutory rates of wages and pay;
- new employment laws through private members bills;
- significant changes in employment law on the horizon; and
- a look at topical employment law cases.
Problems in performance management
- the purpose of a performance management policy;
- key steps to implementing the policy;
- common issues that call for reasonable adjustments; and
possible alternatives to performance management.
What employers need to know about hidden disabilities
- defining a disability under The Equality Act 2010;
- asking employees about their health;
- liability for disability discrimination or failure to make reasonable adjustments; and
- common myths about an employers responsibilities.
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.
Employee monitoring; an employer’s guide
- top benefits of employee monitoring to your business;
- drawbacks to employee monitoring and impact on employees;
- considerations for data protection and human rights; and
- advice on the contents of a monitoring policy.
Adoption rights; what employers need to know
- who is entitled to adoption employment rights?
- an outline of statutory adoption leave and pay;
- protection from detriment and dismissal; and
- supporting employees while avoiding employment tribunal claims.