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When can a Claimant make an audio recording of Tribunal proceedings?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal in Heal v University of Oxford has considered the circumstances in which individuals with disabilities and medical conditions should be allowed to audio record proceedings.

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Essential Employment and Equality Law for Managers and Team Leaders Masterclass – Thursday 12th March

Collingwood Legal is hosting a full day 6 hour interactive training and development session on Thursday 12th March 2020.  We will cover the key principles of employment and equality law …

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IR35 and “off payroll working” free event in collaboration with UNW

Collingwood Legal is hosting a free Breakfast Seminar on Tuesday 10th March 2020 in collaboration with Lee Muter from UNW on Tuesday 10th March 2020 at Kingston Park Stadium.

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Employer guidance for ‘National Sickie Day’

As many of you may be aware, today is ‘National Sickie Day’, so-called because the first Monday in February has traditionally been associated with employees calling in sick to work. Whilst some employees are guilty of pulling the occasional ‘sickie’, there are others whose absences present a challenge for their organisation and may result in an employer considering a capability dismissal. We’ve set out some guidance on what employers should have in mind when considering this.

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When is it unreasonable to suspend an employee?

The High Court in the case of Harrison v Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust has considered whether an injunction should be granted to allow an employee to resume their normal work duties where they had been suspended and would only be permitted to return to work on greatly reduced duties.

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