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What’s New? This month we look at the new guidance on data protection for small businesses, increases to the national minimum wage, and the new employment bill announced in the Queen’s speech. https://i.emlfiles4.com/cmpdoc/7/3/2/5/9/files/652823_whats-new-january-2020.pdf?dm_i=21HH,6PINI,NK38PB,QRZCO,1 Disciplinary investigations In Sunshine Hotel Ltd v Goddard the EAT held that an employer must carry out as much investigation as is reasonable in the circumstances but this does not necessarily mean that a separate investigatory and disciplinary hearing is required in every…
Earlier this week the Government announced a package of proposals designed to ensure building owners address fire safety risks.  Part of what has been dubbed “the biggest change in building safety for a generation” Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick MP hopes the changes will ensure that, “everyone is safe, and feels safe, in their own home.” So what has the Government announced this week? A new Building Safety Regulator Grabbing the headlines is the immediate establishment…
2019 saw climate change making the headlines with ‘climate emergency’ being declared the word of the year, demonstrating that it is at the forefront of the public’s interest. As we move into 2020, there are changes in environmental legislation which are due to come into force and further proposed changes. Energy Performance The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 (“MEES Regulations”) mean that it is unlawful to grant a new tenancy…
Manchester manufacturing specialist M&I Materials is targeting new international markets after turnover soared by more than 20 per cent. The company – which is being advised on its overseas expansion strategy by Pannone Corporate – reported a rise in sales from £38m to £46m during its most recent financial year. Chief executive Giles Salt attributed the growth to M&I’s international efforts, which now account for 91 per cent of income. Customers include Boeing, CERN and…
An employment tribunal ruled last week that ethical veganism is protected under the Equality Act in the same way as a religious belief, but what does that mean for employers? In purely legal terms it means it is unlawful for an employer to treat a worker less favourably, put them at a particular disadvantage or harass them because of their vegan beliefs. In practice, it is difficult to imagine circumstances in which this might become an issue – most…
The tumultuous political landscape of 2019 created massive uncertainty about what would happen regarding Brexit and with our own laws and policies. Now the dust has settled, and with the new year stretching out before us, we can set out with more clarity some of the developments we expect to impact on employers and employees over the next 12 months and beyond. A number of changes have already been legislated for and will come into…
What’s New?This month we look at the disability pay gap, new ICO guidance onspecial category data, the Government’s new holiday calculator, and thefinal word on carry over of holiday pay. https://i.emlfiles4.com/cmpdoc/7/3/2/5/9/files/649720_amended-whats-new-december-2019.pdf?dm_i=21HH,6NFM5,NK38PB,QI0UY,1 Whose motivation counts when it comes to the reason for dismissal? In two recent cases, the courts have looked at whether a dismissal can be automatically unfair when the decision maker was not motivated or even aware of the automatically unfair reason for the…