Webinars

Recent and upcoming developments in Employment Law

In our next Employment Bitesize webinar we will be looking at recent cases that have come before the employment tribunal and employment appeal tribunal including cases arising from the pandemic.

We will also be considering caselaw regarding what is counted as working time for employment rights purposes and proposed changes to the law including on the right to request flexible working.

Mental Health Discrimination Webinar

The impact of Covid 19 has not just been on the nation’s physical health. Mental health issues caused by the pandemic, for example where workers have spent many months working alone in isolation, have undoubtedly taken their toll. In our next bitesize employment webinar we will be looking at employers’ legal obligations to staff who may be suffering with mental health conditions.

  • is someone with a mental health issue disabled under the Equality Act? -
  • what must an employer do to support staff with poor mental health? -
  • what would an employment tribunal find to be a reasonable adjustment? -
  • when might a medical report be appropriate? -
  • potential employment claims from staff suffering with mental health conditions

Mental health issues and disability discrimination law

The impact of Covid 19 has not just been on the nation’s physical health. Mental health issues caused by the pandemic, for example where workers have spent many months working alone in isolation, have undoubtedly taken their toll. In our next bitesize employment webinar we will be looking at employers’ legal obligations to staff who may be suffering with mental health conditions.
  • is someone with a mental health issue disabled under the Equality Act?
  • what must an employer do to support staff with poor mental health?
  • what would an employment tribunal find to be a reasonable adjustment?
  • when might a medical report be appropriate?
  • potential employment claims from staff suffering with mental health conditions

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Planning for the Future

As financial matters and personal relationships become ever more complex, our experienced private client solicitors in wills, probate and lifetime planning can support you in managing your wealth, inheritance and assets, from when you get your first home to dealing with a complex estate

Avoiding the pitfalls and tribunal claims

David Seals and Nicola O'Dwyer