Tagged: employment law

Trip hazard Muslim jilbab: discrimination?

Trip hazard Muslim jilbab: discrimination?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has recently been asked to decide whether a nursery school’s requirement that a Muslim lady not wear a full-length jilbab – because this would present a tripping hazard – was...

New law introduced in May under the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015

New law introduced in May under the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015

New law introduced in May under the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 The first commencement order made under the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 has been published. From 26th May...

Managing Sickness Absence – a Springhouse Checklist

Managing Sickness Absence – a Springhouse Checklist

Dealing with sickness absence is a perennial problem for employers and employees alike, with unfair dismissal and discrimination rearing its head at every turn. Our checklist will put employers and employees on the right...

100 Employment Law Tips posted on Twitter

100 Employment Law Tips posted on Twitter

Our employment lawyers at Burness LLP were early adopters of social media for business, using LinkedIn successfully since 2009 to distribute our blogs, legal briefings and thought leadership pieces to our target market of...

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