Month: January 2021

covid vaccine

Can employers contractually insist that employees get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Can employers contractually insist that employees get the COVID-19 vaccine? The subject of how employers should respond to those employees who refuse the COVID-19 vaccine is quickly stirring up a lot of heat. The CEO of Pimlico Plumbing, Charlie Mullins, got his fair share of column inches when he announced last week that he will …

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Social Media: When Free Speech and Reputational Damage Collides

Social Media: When Free Speech and Reputational Damage Collides Considerations for Employers This week has seen the outgoing President of the USA being Impeached for a second time for allegedly inciting and encouraging his supporters to storm Congress and attack the Capitol building, following which 5 people, including a Police Officer, died. It is something …

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2021- The year ahead

2021- The year ahead As we have said goodbye (and good riddance) to 2020, we now turn our attention to what lies ahead for 2021. In this article we look at upcoming/proposed legislative changes which employers need to be aware of as well as hot topics to keep an eye on. Immigration rule changes & …

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2020 The Year in Review

2020 The Year in Review It’s been a year few of us will forget but one most of us are certainly glad to see the back of. Next week we look at what 2021 has in store but for now we take a look back at the year which brought us new legal terms such …

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