Employment Law at 11 - August 2022Posted in : 'Any Questions' Webinar Recordings on 5 August 2022
Christine Quinn from Legal Island and Seamus McGranaghan, Director, O'Reilly Stewart solicitors discuss:
1. Extreme Political Views - How Do I Handle It? Seamus deals with an awkward issue – “It has been brought to my attention by a concerned employee that we have a member of staff who has extreme political views. The individual regularly expresses and discusses his views around antisemitism, white supremacy, racism and homophobia with his peers and is understandably making them uncomfortable. How do I handle it?”
2.Fire & Re-hire – the decision is in on USDAW v Tesco plc. What does this mean for fire and re-hire policies going forward?
3. Too Hot to Work -
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