Category - Employment

IR35 — what should the private sector do to prepare?

Posted, 22 October 2019 by Kirk Tudhope in Views
Categories: Employment | Insights

With reforms set to impact the private sector early next year, Kirk Tudhope looks at what businesses should be doing now to get their house in order.

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Reflecting on World Mental Health Day — the right to disconnect

Posted, 17 October 2019 by Natalia Milne in Views
Categories: Employment | Insights

With mobile technology it’s increasingly hard to disconnect from work, but is being ‘on’ 24/7 good for us and our mental health, or even the businesses we work for?

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Brexit — what should employers do to support EU27 national employees?

Posted, 14 October 2019 by Veli-Matti Raikkonen in Views
Categories: Employment | Insights

Senior associate Veli-Matti Raikkonen gives a personal account of applying for settled status, and asks what kind of help businesses should offer.

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Send in the clowns? Who can act as an employee’s companion?

Posted, 30 September 2019 by Alanah Mills in Views
Categories: Employment | Insights

Who can attend disciplinary or other hearings as a companion? And to what extent they can participate? We take a look here.

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Ledingham Chalmers employment and discrimination law expert to speak at Institute of Directors event

Posted, 27 September 2019 in News
Categories: Employment

Join the full-service law firm at the session in Edinburgh to find out more about the impact of workplace legislation on directors.

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Ledingham Chalmers to focus on challenging employment law issues at Highland events

Posted, 13 September 2019 in News
Categories: Employment

Join the full-service law firm at the free Inverness sessions to find out more about dealing with common workplace challenges.

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When is an employer liable for an employee’s social media post?

Posted, 03 September 2019 by Natalia Milne in Views
Categories: Employment

Timing and circumstance were fundamental when it came to an Employment Appeal Tribunal decision on a Heathrow Airport employee’s racially offensive Facebook post.

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