Employment Law & HR News & Updates.

Employment Law Updates

The latest employment law news & updates from Kalra Legal Group

Protection from redundancy during maternity leave

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Business Department research has suggested 54,000 women may lose their jobs due to pregnancy or maternity a year. To tackle this on-going problem, earlier this year the Government announced a consultation considering extending protection against redundancy for pregnant women for an extended period of six months after they return to work.

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Returning to work after maternity leave

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Returning to work after maternity leave can be a challenging experience for mothers. Many mothers struggle with going back to work-full time and may be affected by other pregnancy related issues such as post-natal depression. At Kalra Legal Group we want mothers to be aware of the support mechanisms available to ease their transition back into the workplace.

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Government launches new online 'Right to Work Check' portal

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The government has launched a new online portal, enabling employers to check their prospective employees’ right to work without processing hard copy documents. The new system is intended to make it 'easier than ever' for employers to ensure all employees are legally permitted to work in the UK.

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Top 3 Employment Law Appeals to Watch in 2019

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Multiple questions surrounding employment law legislation are on the table in the upcoming year, with a number of important appeals going before the domestic courts. Below are the top three that we at KLG think you should be aware of.

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Employment Status and the Right to Use a Substitute

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In the recent case of Chatfeild-Roberts v Phillips & Universal Aunts Limited, the Employment Appeal Tribunal provided an interesting example where the right to use a substitute was consistent with employee status.

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