Articles & Downloads / 2017 / August


Nikki McConnell

Your Health is Your Wealth

29 August 2017

It’s an old adage, but the truth of this statement was highlighted this week, when English Rugby Star Matt Dawson revealed the very serious consequences that a delay in diagnosing he was suffering from lyme disease has had on his health. Read More


Maxine Orr

Cancer sufferer’s Redundancy is not Disability Discrimination

23 August 2017

Disabled employees, who suffer from a physical or mental condition which has a long term and substantial effect on their day to day activities, have protection from discrimination. An Employment Appeal Tribunal considered whether an employer, who dismissed a disabled employee after a long period of sickness, was liable for discrimination arising from disability. Read More


Brian Moss

Why you will need legal advice on employing migrants post-Brexit

21 August 2017

On 26 June 2017, Theresa May outlined her proposal on the rights of EU citizens currently living in the UK, after Brexit. The position paper relating to this proposal opens with several high level policy statements, including that: “The UK is one of the most tolerant and welcoming places in the world and will remain that way. EU citizens who came to the UK before the EU Referendum, and before the formal Article 50 process for exiting the EU was triggered, came on the basis that they would be able to settle permanently, if they were able to build a life here. We recognise the need to honour that expectation.” Read More


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