Weekly Review of Developments 28/5/2021

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 28 May 2021
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Issues covered: Fire and Rehire Policy; Trade Union Recognition; Flexible Working

And that’s why you should never let an employee leave on a bad footing. Our headlines today are:

  • Uber is to recognise the GMB trade union in the UK for its private hire drivers.
  • Argos has been called on by workers union USDAW not to ‘fire and rehire’ hundreds of staff in order to push through contractual changes. Register now for Employment Law@11 on Friday 4th of June when Scott and Seamus will be joined by Mairead Scott, MD of Honeycomb Jobs to discuss fire/re-hire policies and strategies for improving recruitment and retention issues arising from skill shortages.
  • In Case Reviews this week Jason Elliott BL discusses two cases which focus on tribunal procedure, including guidance on

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