Our May 2022 employment law newsletter is out now!
Welcome to May's Employment Law newsletter Spring is here: whilst April saw unseasonably dry conditions in a meteorological sense, there has been a metaphorical flood of interest and debate taking place as to what the future may, and should, hold in terms of remote and flexible working as we appear to embark upon what may be regarded as a post-pandemic era. News items in this edition cover: - The CIPD Survey on attitudes to home working...Continue reading
Craig Ludlow speaks on flexible working at Acas conference
Flexible working: a strategic approach to increase productivity and tackle skill shortages - 12 May 2022 A recent Acas survey found that half of employers in Great Britain expected an increase in demand for flexible forms of working from employees, including hybrid options. However, there is growing evidence to suggest that there remains a significant mismatch between employees' preferences towards different types of flexible working and employers' offerings, leading to various degrees of costly workplace...Continue reading
Our June 2022 employment law newsletter is out now!
Welcome to June's employment law newsletter In the June edition of our newsletter, we highlight the government's forthcoming reform of exclusivity clauses and the start in the UK of the world's largest 4-day week trial. Case law analysis is provided by our members and pupils: - Oliver Hirsch analyses Knightly v Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust  EAT 63 in which the EAT considers if an employer who fails to make reasonable adjustments to its dismissal...Continue reading
Employment law newsletter now available - July 2022
July's employment law newsletter from 3PB Barristers features news of the first instance case of Burke v Turning Point Scotland in which long-Covid is identified as a disability; analysis of Tribunal Statistics for the quarter January to March 2022 and provides an update on those health professionals now able to provide sick notes. There's also a round-up of the very latest case analysis from members and our pupil.Continue reading