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11 May, 2022 Open access

Equality and Human Rights Commission advises that whether long Covid amounts to a disability for Equality Act purposes will depend on the circumstances of individual cases

Commission recommends that employers follow existing guidance when considering reasonable adjustments and access to flexible working for those with long Covid

11 May, 2022

Government launches consultation on legislation to ensure that seafarers are paid equivalent of national minimum wage when in UK waters

Views sought on scope of Harbours (Seafarers' Remuneration) Bill that was announced in yesterday's Queen's Speech

11 May, 2022

Employment Tribunal Presidents issue joint Practice Direction on taking oral evidence by video or telephone from people located abroad

Guidance issued in response to recent judicial consideration of the issue in the Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) case of Agbabiaka

9 May, 2022

Government to widen the ban on exclusivity clauses to give lowest paid workers the choice to work multiple jobs

An estimated 1.5 million low paid workers will be provided with 'new flexibility' to decide who they work for and how often they work

9 May, 2022

3 May, 2022

3 May, 2022

28 April, 2022

Peers vote in favour of motion agreeing that asylum seekers should not be given the right to work after six months

Conservative peer reported to have withdrawn her name from key amendment amid a 'fierce whipping operation' to secure the passage of the Nationality and Borders Bill

25 April, 2022

19 April, 2022

11 April, 2022

5 April, 2022

Employment Tribunals Presidents express ‘firm wish’ for discrimination and whistleblowing claims to return to in-person hearings by default

New 'road map' also sets out expectation that unfair dismissal claims will return in greater numbers to in-person hearings where possible

5 April, 2022

Around 160,000 Kickstart placements were taken up by young people during the 18 months in which scheme was open

Minister also advises that, as at 31 January 2022, 305,000 jobs had been approved of which 235,000 had been advertised

4 April, 2022

4 April, 2022

4 April, 2022

1 April, 2022

29 March, 2022

Government commits to bringing forward a statutory code of practice on employers’ use of fire and rehire tactics

Business Minister accepts that reliance on non-statutory ACAS guidance to protect workers is not sufficient in the light of the actions of P&O Ferries in sacking 800 workers on the spot without consultation