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Quarantining arrivals from Spain – how should employers respond?

Amidst news that Spain has been removed from the UK's list of safe destinations after it saw a spike in the number of coronavirus cases, employers and employees alike are seeking guidance of what to do if and when holiday-makers are not able to co...


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Discrimination “arising from” a disability – Court of Appeal examines the correct test

The Court of Appeal has held in Robinson v. DWP that, when considering if there has been discrimination “arising from” a disability under section 15 of the Equality Act 2010, the correct test is whether the alleged treatment ...


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Landmark Bill to deliver biggest changes to building safety for 40 years

The government has published a landmark Bill to deliver the biggest changes to building safety for nearly 40 years. The Building Safety Bill, published in draft form on 20 July 2020, will impr...


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Handling collective redundancies after lockdown

The coronavirus pandemic has taken a huge toll on many businesses, and handling collective redundancies is something many may have to deal with. As the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is rolled back, the unfortunate reality is that some staff ma...


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Hairdresser wins landmark legal battle changing the future for beauty workers

A hairdresser has won a ‘landmark’ legal battle that is set to have implications for thousands of beauty industry workers. Meghan Gorman, 26, won an Employment Tribunal judgment in her favour after her lawyer argued that, although she...


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Employees welcome digital health support but worry about personal health data use

The majority of employees think businesses should provide more physical and mental health support through technology, with apps, wearables and online services high on the list of demands, according to new research published by Aetna International....