HR Law – April 2019
Welcome to the April edition of HR Law.
In 2019/20, we will be exploring the theme of #FutureOfWork. How can employers respond proactively to globalisation and technological advances? How best to manage new risks, protect assets and take positive steps to ensure sustainable, diverse and inclusive workforces?
Please click on the links below to view the articles in April's edition of HR Law.
- New legislation for April: itemised pay statements and increased financial penalties for employers
- "Compensatory rest" does not have to be taken in one uninterrupted period
- No unfavourable treatment due to disability based on employee's mistaken belief
- Outsourced workers did not have a right to compulsory collective bargaining with a third party
- Injunction obtained by doctor preventing disciplinary proceedings was wrongly granted
- Head teacher discriminated against on grounds of sexual orientation
- Teacher's suspension was not a breach of contract
- How to approach reasonable adjustments