In the last two years, multiple cases have provided greater insight into the management of disability issues and the defence of discrimination claims. We look at three such cases and key relevant lessons for HR and management in the HE sector.
A new High Potential Individual (HPI) visa route will come into force on 30 May 2022, allowing graduates from highly regarded overseas universities to come to the UK to look for work or work without the need for formal sponsorship.
An exclusivity clause is often used within an employment contract to restrict workers from taking on additional work with other employers. These types of restrictive clauses were banned in zero-hour contracts in 2015.
The Supreme Court judgment in the case of The Harpur Trust v Brazel (Mrs B) is expected to be released in the coming weeks/months. This highly anticipated judgment will resolve the current uncertainty around term time only staff holiday pay entitlement.
We are aware of many schools and their staff supporting those arriving in the UK from Ukraine, including considering offering educational places to children and housing under the Homes for Ukraine Scheme.
The new Charities Act 2022 recently received Royal Assent. The changes are wide-ranging and focus on reducing the regulatory burden of certain administrative charity rules to help charities run more smoothly.
Watch our latest video in which our expert lawyers answer questions on vital data protection law. This time we talk about compliance, and what to do to ensure that you can meet the requirements of the law.