11th January, 2022
Flexible working requests – employment law bulletin 181
An employer is accused of failing to deal with a flexible working request on time. Plus, another look at whistleblowing, and a case that highlights just why employers need to ensure that their processes are robust, transparent and capable of full scrutiny by the courts.
01st December, 2021
Calculating the National Minimum Wage – employment law bulletin 180
How do expenses incurred by an employee affect the National Minimum Wage? Plus, the dangers of not complying with Employment Tribunal orders, and expert analysis of a complex case of whistleblowing and redundancy.
04th November, 2021
Employment law bulletin 179: whistleblowing, compulsory retirement age
Expert analysis of qualifying disclosures in whistleblowing claims, knowledge in disability claims and compulsory retirement ages. Plus, why comedy characters and employee relations may not mix.
19th October, 2021
Employment law bulletin: direct discrimination and right-to-work checks
In her latest monthly newsletter, Hamers partner Lynsey Howes focuses on direct discrimination, right-to-work checks and the Working Time Regulations.
12th October, 2021
Divorcing your partner does not mean divorcing your children
For parents who divorce or separate, making child arrangements is usually of paramount importance. Kelsey Andrews explains the ways in which an agreement can be reached, from informal parenting plans to a child arrangements order, and what can be included.