Constructive dismissal has raised its head of late, piquing everyone’s curiosity as to what it is. Here we lay out the fundamentals of constructive dismissal claims and how you can protect your company.
An employee is leaving the business. You reach their final day without mishap. Then they pull a prank. What do you do? Should you let the prankster go quietly? Do you owe any duty of care to their future employer? How do you manage other potentially affected staff?
The recent controversy over the decision to change the role of Chelsea FC’s team doctor, Eva Carneiro, highlights the tricky issue of demotion. We rounded up some of the risks that employers need to keep in mind.
Employment law seems to change every five minutes – the government have now decreed that employment law changes should be made April and October each year, but changes are often implemented outside of these months.
Partner Nick Thomas and associate Lee Harding, of global law firm Morgan Lewis’ London employment practice, advise employers on why contracts and policies are vital for protecting business.