EP 5: Why fertility support in the workplace is an important issue for employers to consider
Let’s Talk Employment Law
by Keystone Law
8M ago
Fertility is something that is seldom talked about in the workplace, but as an increasing number of people undergo fertility treatment, it is likely that employers will be faced with requests for work absences and need to support employees going through physical and mental issues associated with their fertility journey. During this episode, Keystone employment partners Michelle Last and Julie Morris explore the key legal issues that tend to arise and why it is important for employers to engage with this topic ..read more
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EP 4: Tips for employers on safely reopening the workplace post-pandemic
Let’s Talk Employment Law
by Keystone Law
8M ago
This episode is hosted by employment partners David Jepps and Alexandra Carn who discuss some of the common issues and practical considerations for employers thinking about reopening their office or workplace. They also consider what employers can do if an employee refuses to come to the office, the likely increase in flexible working requests and whether you can ask your employees to be vaccinated ..read more
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EP 3: The rights of ‘sleep in’ care workers with special guest David Reade of Littleton Chambers
Let’s Talk Employment Law
by Keystone Law
8M ago
This episode is hosted by our employment solicitors Nick Robertson and Nathan Donaldson and explores the issues relating to the rights of ‘sleep in’ care workers following the landmark Supreme Court ruling in Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake. They are joined by guest speaker David Reade, a barrister at Littleton Chambers to talk about his involvement on the case ..read more
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EP 2: When can an employee claim automatic unfair dismissal, compensation for unfair dismissal claims and the importance of up-to-date workplace diversity training
Let’s Talk Employment Law
by Keystone Law
8M ago
This episode is hosted by employment partners Nick Robertson and Rachel Tozer and focuses on the issue of discrimination. They discuss two recent cases relating to when an employee can claim an automatic unfair dismissal and the importance of up-to-date workplace diversity training. They also talk about some of the changes to damages which can be awarded to victims of unlawful discrimination ..read more
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EP 1: Dismissal for refusing to wear a facemask, interim relief hearings and employment law updates
Let’s Talk Employment Law
by Keystone Law
8M ago
This episode is hosted by employment partners Nick Robertson and Emma Clark and highlights two recent cases which look at the first tribunal decision regarding an employee’s refusal to wear a face mask and interim relief hearings. They also discuss the upcoming changes to employment law that both employers and employees should be aware of ..read more
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EP 5: Why fertility support in the workplace is an important issue for employers to consider
Let’s Talk Employment Law
by Keystone Law
2y ago
Fertility is something that is seldom talked about in the workplace, but as an increasing number of people undergo fertility treatment, it is likely that employers will be faced with requests for work absences and need to support employees going through physical and mental issues associated with their fertility journey. During this episode, Keystone employment partners Michelle Last and Julie Morris explore the key legal issues that tend to arise and why it is important for employers to engage with this topic ..read more
Visit website
EP 4: Tips for employers on safely reopening the workplace post-pandemic
Let’s Talk Employment Law
by Keystone Law
2y ago
This episode is hosted by employment partners David Jepps and Alexandra Carn who discuss some of the common issues and practical considerations for employers thinking about reopening their office or workplace. They also consider what employers can do if an employee refuses to come to the office, the likely increase in flexible working requests and whether you can ask your employees to be vaccinated ..read more
Visit website
EP 3: The rights of ‘sleep in’ care workers with special guest David Reade of Littleton Chambers
Let’s Talk Employment Law
by Keystone Law
3y ago
This episode is hosted by our employment solicitors Nick Robertson and Nathan Donaldson and explores the issues relating to the rights of ‘sleep in’ care workers following the landmark Supreme Court ruling in Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake. They are joined by guest speaker David Reade, a barrister at Littleton Chambers to talk about his involvement on the case ..read more
Visit website
EP 2: When can an employee claim automatic unfair dismissal, compensation for unfair dismissal claims and the importance of up-to-date workplace diversity training
Let’s Talk Employment Law
by Keystone Law
3y ago
This episode is hosted by employment partners Nick Robertson and Rachel Tozer and focuses on the issue of discrimination. They discuss two recent cases relating to when an employee can claim an automatic unfair dismissal and the importance of up-to-date workplace diversity training. They also talk about some of the changes to damages which can be awarded to victims of unlawful discrimination ..read more
Visit website
EP 1: Dismissal for refusing to wear a facemask, interim relief hearings and employment law updates
Let’s Talk Employment Law
by Keystone Law
3y ago
This episode is hosted by employment partners Nick Robertson and Emma Clark and highlights two recent cases which look at the first tribunal decision regarding an employee’s refusal to wear a face mask and interim relief hearings. They also discuss the upcoming changes to employment law that both employers and employees should be aware of ..read more
Visit website

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