WorkLife tagged with Briefings and guidance

Bereaved Parents’ Rights – New Bill

Bereaved Parents’ Rights – New Bill

It's hard to imagine the pain of losing a child but on top of that employees often have the added worry of whether they are allowed time off, how much time off and whether they will be paid for time off. 

“We’re all going on a summer holiday”

“We’re all going on a summer holiday”

The summer can be a busy time for holiday requests, particularly around school holiday time.  Below, I deal with 5 common queries regarding holiday.

How very appealing – practical tips for conducting appeals

How very appealing – practical tips for conducting appeals

The Court of Appeal has recently published its judgment in Adeshina v St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.  The facts of the case are interesting, in that the EAT's decision - that employers can rectify serious procedural defects on appeal - was not challenged and so remains good law.  This feels a good time to provide some practical tips about conducting appeal hearings.

Mental Health Awareness Week – From Survive to Thrive

Mental Health Awareness Week – From Survive to Thrive

8-14 May is Mental Health Awareness Week.  Mental ill-health has been in the news a lot recently and no wonder.  It accounts for 23% of NHS activity, costs the British economy £15bn per year in lost productivity and is now the leading cause of long term sickness in the UK. 

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