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The rise of arbitration in partnership disputes

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Partnership Briefing – Edition 1: Gender Pay Gap Reporting for Partners

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Partnership Briefing – Edition 2: Maternity Rights for Partners – Key Issues for Firms to Consider

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Moving firms – Key issues for Partners to Consider

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Englisches Arbeitsrecht – Kündigungsschutz vor und nach Brexit

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Bettina Bender features in HR magazine

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“The Menopause” – An Unspoken Truth

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One Strike and You’re Out – Can employees be dismissed without prior warnings?

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Brexit and the Working Time Directive: an Opportunity for Reform?

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Bettina Bender, Partner in our employment and partnership team, features in theHRDirector.com

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Winckworth Sherwood expands employment and partnership team with new partner hire

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Need to Know: Employment and HR Newsletter – May 2018

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Is it safe to change the rules of incentive schemes?

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What if gross misconduct is caused by a disability?

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An unexpected impact of an aging society – associative discrimination

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What to do if you face losing your job: Anita Rai quoted in The Telegraph

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Need to Know: Employment and HR Newsletter – April 2018

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Tackling sexual harassment

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Do employers have to raise shared parental leave pay to match enhanced maternity pay?

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Is it ever safe to give a bad reference?

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Should diversity be a legal requirement? Tim Goodwin quoted in People Management magazine

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Need to Know: Employment and HR Newsletter – March 2018

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Mind the Gap?

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April Showers

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Can you avoid knowing about disability?

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Need to Know: Employment and HR Newsletter – February 2018

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Terminating fixed term contracts – three common perils (and how to avoid them)

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Is it safe to rely on trigger points when dismissing a disabled employee for absence?

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Retirement dismissals: lessons to be learned

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Andrew Yule quoted in Personnel Today on gender pay gap

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Can an employer lawfully use hidden video cameras to monitor theft by employees?

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Disability discrimination: A matter of perception?

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Shared Parental Leave – Why is this benefit being so significantly underused?

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Need to Know: Employment and HR Newsletter – January 2018

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Carillion: the end of public-private partnerships?

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Need to Know: Employment and HR Newsletter – December 2017

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In what circumstances might an employer obtain an order allowing it to search a departing employee’s external hard drive?

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Is your business responsible for your employee’s actions?

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How to have a settlement discussion when there is no employment dispute or the employee is unaware there is an employment problem

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Need to Know: Employment and HR Newsletter – November 2017

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Can a “too thorough” investigation lead to unfair dismissal?

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Scoping your restrictions: How to best protect your business

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Can a dismissal by a decision-maker in ignorance of the true facts be fair?

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Need to Know: Employment and HR Newsletter – October 2017

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Monitoring employees’ emails at work

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Vicarious liability – a balance between two innocent parties

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Discrimination arising from disability: too little of a good thing?

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Voluntary overtime must be included in the calculation of holiday pay

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How can employers with gender pay gaps reduce Equal Pay claims? Will Clift writes for Employment Solicitor.com

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Flexible Working: Sue Kelly quoted in People Management

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Need to Know: Employment and HR Newsletter – August 2017

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Employment Tribunal fees abolished

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Disability-related sickness absence – was it the cause of the dismissal?

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Whistleblowing: a landmark ruling on the “public interest” test

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A time and a place for the truth: employees’ duties of fidelity: MPT Group v Peel and Others [2017] EWHC 1222 (Ch)

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Need to Know: Employment and HR Newsletter – July 2017

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Father wins his direct sex discrimination case after being denied shared parental leave at full pay

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Fiduciary duties and remedies: a cautionary tale

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Whether an employer considers a disclosure to be protected is not relevant

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Psychometric tests: do adjustments have to be made for disabled applicants?

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Employers should commit to diversity at different pay bands: Louise Lawrence quoted in Employment Solicitor.com

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Is it ever fair to expect employees to dress a certain way? Ellie Gilbert quoted in Personnel Today

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Employers warned ‘unreasonable’ redundancy consultation procedures could be grounds for unfair dismissal: Louise Lawrence writes for HR News

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Sexism alive, and not kicking in uncomfortable workplace high heels, finds report: Ellie Gilbert quoted in HR News

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Andrew Yule quoted in Accounting Technician on whistleblowing

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