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Newsletter 22: Family Friendly Rights

Document by Laura Evans | Employment Solicitor (click here to view her profile) Whist delivering some training on family friendly rights recently, I discovered that there was some confusion among school leaders about what employees are legally entitled to and what they may be entitled to under their contracts of employment or employment policies. Educational [...]

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Newsletter 3: Shared Parental Leave – Let’s Talk Babies

It seems like everyone (especially in the HR world) is talking about Shared Parental Leave (SPL) at the moment. This is unsurprising given that its “live date” is just around the corner. SPL will be available for parents of children due to be born or adopted on or after 5 April 2015, and requests for [...]

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Christmas parties – the employer’s minefield

It’s (nearly) Christmas and it’s party time… Most employers now understand that the office Christmas party will be considered to be on work time and so employers will be responsible for the actions of their employees. As we all know, with high spirits comes a much higher risk of staff acting inappropriately towards their colleagues. As [...]

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Parental leave changes 8 March 2013

With effect from 8 March 2013 the amount of parental leave to which eligible employees are entitled will increase from 13 weeks to 18 weeks. In addition, the law will also change to extend the right to request flexible working to agency workers returning to work following a period of parental leave. For more information about this, and other [...]

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Flexible working rights to be extended

Proposals have been announced by the government to open up the right to request flexible working to parents of children under the age of 18. The right to request flexible working is currently available to parents of children aged 17 and under and disabled children under 18. The new proposals are expected to benefit approximately [...]

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