Underlying medical conditions and disciplinary sanctions

Underlying medical conditions and disciplinary sanctions

How far should you take into account any underlying medical conditions when issuing a disciplinary? A recent Tribunal case has given some good insight into this area, although this doesn’t set a legal precedent it is good to bear in mind. What was the case? The...

Employment Law Changes – are there any on the horizon?

Employment Law Changes – are there any on the horizon?

It has been very quiet in terms of employment law updates given Covid has overtaken everything in the last 18 months.  However, I thought it might be useful to give you a summary of a few things which may happen in the future with the likely introduction of the...

Changes to Covid Self-Isolation and the SSP Rebate Scheme

Changes to Covid Self-Isolation and the SSP Rebate Scheme

It has been announced that people who have tested positive with Covid will be able to stop self-isolating after 7 days instead of 10 if they provide a negative lateral flow result on day 6 and 7.  This is the case regardless of whether an individual is vaccinated or...

Plan B

Plan B

As we know the Government have announced new measures from Plan B which can be found HERE This means: from Friday 10 December, face coverings will be required by law in some public indoor settings, such as theatres and cinemas (but not in hospitality settings) from...

Increase in Statutory Rates April 2022

Increase in Statutory Rates April 2022

 The government has announced its proposed rates for statutory maternity, paternity, adoption, parental bereavement, shared parental payments and statutory sick pay from April 2022. The rate for 2022/23 for statutory maternity (SMP), paternity (SPP), adoption (SAP),...

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