Monthly Archives: May 2012

All Change – setting the record straight

I am delighted to have been invited by BPP Professional Education to run a live webinar next month, the main thrust of which will be separating the wheat of likely employment legislation developments from the chaff of recent media coverage … Continue reading

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In pursuit of true flexibility

 In 2010 the Coalition Government first stated its intention to extend the existing flexible working regime to enable all employees regardless of their circumstances, to make a request to vary their work pattern.   The proposal was duly included in the … Continue reading

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Reinventing the wheel – a rapid solution to Rapid Resolution

Back in November 2011, Vince Cable announced wide ranging measures intended by the Coalition Government to “radically” overhaul employment law.  One of the proposals was for a “Rapid Resolution” scheme, aimed at providing a quicker and cheaper alternative to a … Continue reading

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Forthcoming lectures

I’ve updated my “Forthcoming engagements” page.  Details of my TUPE and whistleblowing update lectures now available here.      

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