Employment law is a complex and ever-changing area of the law that governs the employer-employee relationship. Businesses need to comply with employment law to ensure that they are managing any risks appropriately whilst treating their employees fairly.
Failure to comply with employment law can lead to costly legal claims and damages, so businesses must stay up-to-date on the latest developments.
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We look at what 'proof' means in terms of workplace bullying, and whose responsibility it is to obtain proof.
Want to know the difference between constructive dismissal and unfair dismissal? We define each term in this blog post.
Here are the details relating the changes to the furlough scheme as announced by the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak on 3rd March 2021.
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The Government has released a list of companies who have committed National Minimum Wage breaches - but are these breaches always intentional?
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We look at the history of Uber vs Aslam case, including similar claims, and what this means for gig economy workers moving forward.
Indirect discrimination occurs when a PCP is put into place which could put those with a certain protected characteristic at a disadvantage.
The Government has announced its plan to move England out of lockdown in four stages. We look at the stages and what it means for employers.
Positive discrimination is giving preferential treatment to people with a protected characteristic rather than due to their suitability.
As the COVID-19 vaccine rolls out across the UK, we look at whether employers can insist upon their staff having the vaccine.
Businesses can now register to order COVID-19 tests for employees who cannot work from home. Find out what this means for you.
1 in 4 employees experience workplace bullying. In this blog post, we look at the consequences of bullying and how to deal with it effectively.
The government have confirmed the statutory rates for 2021 to 2022. We have prepared this useful summary for you.
Maternity Allowance is a payment made by the government to those who are not eligible for Statutory Maternity Pay from their employer.
Bereavement Leave is time that an employee can take off following the death of a loved one. Find out more about entitlements here.
Compassionate or Bereavement Leave is time that an employee can take off work after the death of a loved one.
If you have concerns about employment law issues, especially around employment law compliance, then you have come to the right place. The MAD-HR Employment Law Hub explains the fundamentals of employment law in a way that is easy to understand. We regularly publish essential updates when there are changes in law that may affect you as an employer.
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Employment law is a complex area that can have a significant impact on businesses. From hiring and firing employees to managing workplace safety, employment law covers a wide range of issues. failure to comply with employment law can result in hefty fines and other penalties, so it’s important for businesses to be aware of their obligations. employment law is constantly evolving, so it’s also important to keep up to date with the latest developments. By understanding the impact of employment law on businesses, employers can help to minimize the risk of legal problems and ensure that their workplace is fair and compliant.
Although compliance with employment law can be daunting, it is important to remember that help is available. The team at MAD-HR are experts in all areas of employment law and are here to support you every step of the way. Contact us today for a free consultation and let us help you take the stress out of HR.
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