In our latest HR Coffee Break Briefing webinar, Employment Expert and Associate Chris Dobbs looked at equality and discrimination law. This is the summary of that webinar.
In our latest HR Coffee Break Briefing webinar, Employment Expert and Associate Chris Dobbs looked at equality and discrimination law. This is the summary.
Here, Chris talks about defining employment status, for employees, workers and the self employed, contractual relations and compliance and more.
In this article, Employment Associate Chris Dobbs outlines some proposed changes to living wage, holiday pay and more in 2024.
In Chris' first monthly webinar, he looked at recruitment and talked about the legal implications for employers, including the key legislation, GDPR and how to mitigate potential claims.
Chris Dobbs looks at Fischer v London United Busways Limited where the employment tribunal chose to tackle the tricky issue of whether language can carry gender connotations.
In his latest article, Employment Associate Chris Dobbs looks at a recent covid case, yes in 2023, where a British Airways pilot was dismissed after refusing to wear a mask on the basis of a protected belief.
In this article, Employment Associate Chris Dobbs outlines the key details of the new act and how it affects employers.
Frettens acted for local company United Taxis in a key case at the Employment Appeal Tribunal in March of this year.
Thanks to the assistance of our specialist Employment Team, the client received a successful result as the claimant involved was held not to be a worker or employee of United Taxis.
In this article, Employment Partner Paul Burton looks at a recent case where a claim for disability discrimination rose at the job application stage.
In this article, Employment Expert Chris Dobbs takes a look at the details of a recent sexual harassment case and outlines some takeaways for employers.
In this article, Chris Dobbs looks at the complexity of worker status specifically in the case of Mr A Guler v Newman Law LLP.
In his latest article, Employment Associate Chris Dobbs clears up some frequently asked questions around sickness absences and provides advice for employers on absence policies.
In this article, Paul Burton provides a brief summary of United Taxis v Comolly, its outcome and implications for employers.
The Employment Relations (Flexible Working) Bill had its third reading in the House of Lords recently, meaning it’s one step closer to passing and becoming law.
Here, Employment Solicitor Chris Dobbs outlines what the Flexible Working Bill is and the changes it proposes for employers.
In his latest article, Chris Dobbs, Employment Solicitor at Frettens, takes a look at a recent holiday pay case and provides some takeaways for employers.
In his latest article, Employment Solicitor Chris Dobbs looks at post termination restrictions, how they work and how to include them in a contract.
In this article, Employment Solicitor Chris Dobbs breaks down Higgs v Farmor’s School and discusses the implications for employers.
Here, Employment Solicitor Chris Dobbs has provided a summary of the case used in our recent mock tribunal for those who werent able to attend as well as any attendees who want a recap.
Here, Employment Partner Paul Burton looks at what happened in Osvald v Holden and Co LLP and the tribunal’s decision.