Employment Law Update April 2019

*MC:SUBJECT*
The latest employment law news and case law.
View this email in your browser

Lengthy Suspensions

Did an employee's lengthy suspension ground a claim for whistleblowing detriment or race discrimination? Kate talks about the facts in a case held the EAT in Uwalaka v Southern Health Foundation NHS Trust.

Long Term Disability Benefits

It is important to be clear in a contract of employment as this employer found out when their definition of 'return to work' was vague.

Confidentiality Clauses - Proposals for Reform

The government has issued a consultation document seeking views on new measures to prevent the misuse of non-disclosure agreements in situations of workplace harassment or discrimination.

Can unfavourable treatment arise in consequence of a mistaken belief?

No, held the EAT in iForce v Wood when the Claimant's refused to move workstation as it would worsen her condition.

Employer Protection from Tribunals

A business is statistically more likely to have an expensive employment claim than experience a serious fire, theft or flood claim. Our new way to pay for employment advice protects you against the unknown HR issues...

April 2019
Paul Burton
Associate - Head of Employment
Paul is an employment solicitor specialising in both contentious and non-contentious matters.
pburton@frettens.co.uk
01202 499255
Kate Fretten
Partner - Employment
Kate specialises in both contentious and non-contentious employment issues.
kfretten@frettens.co.uk
01202 499255
SAVE THE DATE

Employment Training

Wednesday 22 May






This email was sent to *EMAIL*
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
*LIST:ADDRESSLINE*