Attendance policy didn’t need adjusting

January 2016
The duty to make reasonable adjustments engages once an employer knows (or should reasonably be expected to know) that an employee is disabled. But as this case has shown, there are limits on what an employer will be expected to do.
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Preparing for a wage hike

January 2016
Is your business ready to cope with the introduction of the National Living Wage in April 2016?
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Competitive interview leads to disability discrimination

January 2016
During a redundancy process, Mr Waddingham was diagnosed with cancer. This meant that he was disabled for employment law purposes, imposing additional obligations on his employer – including the duty to make reasonable adjustments.
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The long road to ill-health dismissal

January 2016
It’s a question that crops up frequently: for how long does an employee need to be off work before their employer can terminate their contract?
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The meaning of ‘public’

November 2015
In May this year a whistleblowing case, involving Chestertons estate agents, hit the headlines. The more recent case of Underwood v Wincanton builds on the meaning of 'public interest.'
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