Employment Law at 11: Whistleblowing; Redundancy Payments; Compromise Agreements; Fair Employment Monitoring; & MorePosted in : 'Any Questions' Webinar Recordings on 4 October 2019
In this month's Employment Law at 11 webinar recording, Scott Alexander, Head of Learning and Development at Legal Island, and Seamus McGranaghan, Partner at O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors, answer listeners questions on topics including:
- Whistleblowing Dismissal or Breach of Contract;
- Redundancy Payment Limits;
- Jurisdictional Issues in Compromise Agreements
- Fair Employment Monitoring
- Can We Ask for Evidence of a Road Traffic Accident from an Employee?
Scott: Good morning, everybody. We've got a number of fairly testing questions today that we're going to be going through, such as whistleblowing.
We've got the sort of cap on various contractual claims and redundancy
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