HR Law – February 2023
Welcome to the February edition of HR Law.
In this month's release you will find articles covering (amongst other things) the dismissal of an employee following the reopening of a previously concluded disciplinary process, as well as the recently issued consultations on holiday calculations for those working irregular hours and on the draft Statutory Code of Practice on Dismissal and Re-engagement. There are also links to our recent bulletins, the latest recording from our popular Trowers Tuesday webinars, and details of forthcoming changes and cases.
Click the links below to access the full articles.
- Not unfair to dismiss an employee after reopening a previously concluded disciplinary process
- Dismissal of employee on long-term sickness absence was not discrimination arising from disability
- Less favourable treatment because of marriage to a particular man does not constitute marriage discrimination
- Government launches consultation on holiday entitlement following Harpur Trust v Brazel
- Consultation launched on a statutory Code of Practice on Dismissal and Re-engagement
- Response published to Committee report on menopause and the workplace
- Strikes (Minimum Services) Bill introduced in the House of Commons
- Update on the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill