Where on the facts the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 as amended applies (TUPE), then the employees of the outgoing employer (the transferor) automatically transfer to the incoming employer (transferee)...Read more
The Covid19 crisis in the United Kingdom has bought before the High Court an unprecedented legal matter that affects insolvency practitioners acting as administrators for insolvent companies with furloughed employees.Read more
Since the introduction of Furlough back in March 2020, employers are now contemplating how to manage holiday entitlement. Though furlough is a temporary measure of leave from work, all employees will continue to accrue annual leave.Read more
It is Mental Health Awareness week on 18th May. Research and reports show approximately one in four people in the are experiencing or will experience mental health problems every year.Read more
On Sunday Boris Johnson set out his roadmap of easing England’s lockdown; further guidance was announced on Monday and there is more to follow. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have their own rules.Read more
Vicarious liability is where an employer can be held liable for things their employee has done. On 1st April in the case of WM Morrison Supermarkets plc v Various Claimants 2020, the Supreme Court gave it’s judgment on vicarious liability.Read more
The impact of Covid-19 has had an incredible impact on the world, resulting in huge uncertainties for many people. People are in fear of their lives as well as their jobs and finances. This alone can be mentally straining and stressful therefore how can we cope with the pressure of an uncertain fut…Read more
The Personal Protective Equipment Regulations 1992 require employers to provide all personal protective equipment (PPE) deemed to be necessary to their staff, in order to ensure their safety whilst carrying out their duties.Read more
On the 28 March 2020 Alok Sharma the Business Secretary proclaimed government proposals to adjust the insolvency laws to enable companies to have a fighting chance to continue trading.Read more
The Court of Appeal in Tiplady v City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council held that in order for the Employment Rights Act 1996 to apply, an employee must suffer a detriment in the field of employment in to bring a whistleblowing claim.Read more
Head of Operations
With over 20 years experience in HR, Hema draws her expert specialist knowledge from a broad range of industries, including employment advisory and consultancy services, retail, manufacturing and leisure. Being MCIPD qualified enables her to quickly understand how organisations operate, how to interact with their business leaders and to deliver effective commercial and practical solutions.
Health, Safety & Training Business Partner
Andy is NEBOSH trained and a technical member of the Institution of Occupational Safety & Health (IOSH). Andy is often found studying the latest updates to legislation to keep his knowledge up to date and provide the best advice. With a passion for health and safety and experience in a range of environments from large corporates to small business, Andy is well placed to support you in all your health and safety needs.
HR and Training Business Partner
Jill has over 14 years’ experience in HR & Training. Having started a career as a police officer; she changed careers to HR & Training dealing with Equality & Diversity in the workplace. Jill is passionate about Diversity, Inclusion and HR and has supported companies in managing their HR and training needs. She has a wealth of expertise across HR, dealing with challenging casework, company restructure projects, mediation, training, organisational development systems; equality and diversity.
HR Business Partner
Arti has a strong background in HR and is a fully qualified CIPD member. She has worked with challenging casework and has a good understanding of how to deal with workplace matters as they arise.
Advice Line Team Leader
Jatinder is qualified non-practising Solicitor, he has over 22 years advisory experience in Employment law, HR matters and Employment Tribunal litigation. He manages the legal and HR advice line team ensuring the delivery of advice is effective verbally and in correspondence. He has experience in training and coaching work colleagues in all aspects of legal and employment matters. With his sound understanding of issues arising with in the workplace environment, Jatinder aims to deliver clear and concise client focussed advice.
HR Employment Relations Advisor
Anoop is an experienced HR Advisor and is part of the Telephone Advice Line Team. Anoop has worked in both the public and private sector, providing Employment Law advice ranging from grievances, disciplinaries, performance management, attendance management and mediation. Anoop is a trained mediator and provides down to earth, pragmatic, commercial advice. Outside of work, Anoop actively participates as a CIPD Board Member of East Midlands.