London, 16th November 2017 – Half day workshop
Julia Furley and Laura Pearce, two of JFH Law’s specialists in employment law, delivered the workshop Knowledge is power; getting to grips with the tribunal process, organised by the National Crime Officers Association (NCOA) This workshop took place on the 16th of November in London. The NCOA is a trade union for those who work at the...Read More
DENTAL BULLETIN, ISSUE 21
In our last dental bulletin we gave some practical tips on how to manage persistent sickness absences and minor misdemeanours. However, managing personalities, as opposed to conduct, is a much harder skill and employers need to tread carefully or risk alienating staff or even having a claim issued against you.
In this second part of managing people, we...Read More
The government’s new Fit for Work Service is being slowly rolled out prior to its planned full implementation by May 2015 (after the government stop compensating employers’ for statutory sick pay (SSP) in April 2015).
You may recall that when it was announced last year it was originally named the ‘Health and Work’ Service.
Quick guide to the new Fit for Work Service (FFW)
What does the...Read More
ACAS have published guidance for employers on how to deal with those employees who are experiencing bereavement, including best practice advice in relation to compassionate leave. The guidance follows research earlier this year by the National Council for Palliative Care which found that:
87% of people agree that all employers should have a compassionate policy, which includes paid...Read More