Employment law podcast: Navigating and supporting employees with wills and inheritance law matters
Stephenson Harwood employment podcast
by Emily Aryeetey and Tasleem Sayani
2w ago
Navigating inheritance laws in the United Arab Emirates ("UAE") can be complex, especially for expatriates and those unfamiliar with Islamic Sharia law principles. For employers, the subject matter was brought into greater focus with the issuance of UAE Ministerial Decision no. 720/2023 prescribing employers' obligations to distribute end-of-service gratuity entitlement following an employee's death. In our latest podcast, we share the recording of a webinar we co-hosted on 5 December 2023 with the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) Authority, which oversees one of the largest commercial fr ..read more
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Employment law podcast: Navigating redundancies
Stephenson Harwood employment podcast
by Richard Freedman, Natalie Edwards and Leanne Raven
2M ago
In our latest employment podcast, partner Richard Freedman, managing associate Natalie Edwards and senior knowledge lawyer Leanne Raven discuss the topic of redundancies.  They discuss how employers can best navigate this difficult topic from both a legal and practical perspective.  ..read more
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Employment law podcast: AI at work: Navigating generative AI and employment law
Stephenson Harwood employment podcast
by Anne Pritam, Emily Aryeetey and Leanne Raven
4M ago
In our latest podcast, employment lawyers Anne Pritam, Emily Aryeetey and Leanne Raven grapple with some of the issues posed by using Generative AI in the workplace. They also take a deeper dive into some of the key implications of AI in the workplace, including: ·    how and when AI can permeate the employment lifecycle; ·    what employers should be doing now to mitigate the risks associated with its use; and ·    how AI might determine the future world of work ..read more
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Employment law podcast: Sexual harassment in the workplace
Stephenson Harwood employment podcast
by Paul Reeves and Natalie Edwards
10M ago
The momentum of the #metoo movement coupled with heavy media scrutiny on harassment in the workplace cases, has led to an increased focus from employers asking what they can do to prevent and deal with sexual harassment in the workplace. In our latest podcast episode we discuss a number of sexual harassment cases, the legislative changes on the horizon and provide our top tips for employers ..read more
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Employment law podcast: Bonuses: Avoiding the pitfalls
Stephenson Harwood employment podcast
by Paul Reeves, Nicholas Stretch and Desiree de Lima
10M ago
At this time of year, we find many HR departments for December year-end companies are actively addressing bonus pay-outs for 2022 and bonus terms for the year 2023. In our latest employment law podcast we discuss some common issues and pitfalls which arise with bonuses. We also provide some tips for dealing with those issues as well as special points of interest that have recently arisen ..read more
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Employment law podcast: What do employers need to think about when instructing occupational health?
Stephenson Harwood employment podcast
by Richard Freedman and River Clarke
10M ago
In our latest podcast we discuss employer frequently asked questions and tricky areas when instructing occupational health advisors. This is a hot topic for employers, particularly since covid with employees suffering from both physical effects of long covid and the mental health impact caused by the pandemic. We consider a number of areas including: When to instruct occupational health? What should an employer do if an employee refuses to go to occupational health? Tips for drafting occupational health referrals ..read more
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Employment law podcast: Fertility, infertility and pregnancy loss
Stephenson Harwood employment podcast
by Suzanne Johnston and Leanne Raven
10M ago
To mark Baby Loss Awareness Week which falls on 9th to 15th October 2022 our latest podcast deals with the sensitive topic of fertility, infertility and pregnancy loss. We look at why this is a workplace issue and what employers can do to support employees going through these experiences.  This episode is different to the rest of our employment law series as rather than a deep dive into the legal framework it’s a discussion of where the law stands, or rather trails behind, modern society and the challenges faced by many.  We will discuss this through the prism of the personal experie ..read more
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Employment law podcast: Awards in the Employment Tribunal
Stephenson Harwood employment podcast
by Leanne Raven and Michèle Aubertin
10M ago
In April each year new limits for are set for compensation in the employment tribunal. With the topic of awards in mind, in our latest podcast Leanne Raven, senior knowledge development lawyer and Michèle Aubertin, employment associate, discuss awards in the employment tribunal through the lens of a recent high profile case ..read more
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Employment law podcast: Hybrid working - what should employers consider?
Stephenson Harwood employment podcast
by Imogen Heywood and Matilda Whittingham
10M ago
As we reach the two year anniversary since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, conversations surrounding “hybrid working” remain prevalent among employers and employees. In this podcast, we set out the key issues for employers to consider in relation to hybrid working from a short, medium and long-term perspective ..read more
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Employment law podcast: Three hot topics for 2022
Stephenson Harwood employment podcast
by Serena Foulkes and Natalie Edwards
10M ago
Happy new year and welcome to our latest employment law podcast. In this podcast we discuss three hot topics we think will be important for 2022.  These are:  the menopause and the workplace;  changes to the law surrounding sexual harassment; and  flexible working ..read more
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