September 22nd, 2023 by Stuart Smith
Following the recent 4th IFSEA International Conference on Risk, Reward and Reputation Management Issues for Senior Executives & Founders, we are delighted to share with you a follow up podcast on the session, ‘How Executives get the best out of their teams.‘ In this thought-provoking discussion between the IFSEA conference panellists, they examine how executives can […]
Reasonable Adjustments for Mental Health; New York Non-Compete Ban?; Carer’s Leave Bill & How Employers can support Neurodiverse Employees – Employment Law Matters: Edition 5
September 19th, 2023 by Stuart Smith
Welcome to the next edition of Employment Law Matters, our quarterly update on key issues in employment law. Every three months, we will send you a selection of the most important developments for employers in case law and legislation, including practical takeaways for employers as well as things to look forward to in the coming months. CM Murray LLP […]
Flexible Bank Holiday Policies, Worker Protection Bill, Increased Vento Bands, Key New Employment Law Measures “To Grow Economy”, Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill and Retained EU Law Bill – Employment Law Matters: Edition 4
May 24th, 2023 by Stuart Smith
Welcome to the next edition of Employment Law Matters, our quarterly update on key issues in employment law. Every three months, we will send you a selection of the most important developments for employers in case law and legislation, including practical takeaways for employers as well as things to look forward to in the coming months. […]
Hybrid Working and Discrimination: What are the Challenges for Employers and How Can They be Overcome?
February 17th, 2023 by Stuart Smith
Almost three years since the UK first plunged into lockdown as a result of the global pandemic, the seismic consequences of that lockdown continue to be seen today, not least through the new model of working which has become prevalent in this country and, indeed, throughout the world. With almost unanimous agreement that hybrid working, […]
15 important things Senior Executives often forget or leave to the last minute when considering a move
November 3rd, 2022 by Stuart Smith
Senior Executives on the move are understandably very focused on their new opportunity, and primarily on the terms of their new service agreement (and you can see some tips on this in our Little Book of Senior Executives Appointments & Agreements.) But often in practice the other crucial issues be forgotten or left to the […]
You’re Cancelled! – Generational Changes in Workplace Expectations & Cultural Norms: IFSEA Post-conference Podcast Recording
July 22nd, 2022 by Stuart Smith
Following the recent 3rd IFSEA International Conference on Risk, Reward and Reputation Management Issues for Senior Executives & Founders, we are delighted to share with you a follow up video and podcast on the opening plenary session, ‘You’re cancelled! – Are Senior Executives and Founders Properly equipped to respond to generational changes in expectations and cultural norms in […]
Protecting Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace: The Risks, Challenges and Opportunities for Employers
May 11th, 2022 by Stuart Smith
This week marks Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK, with ‘loneliness’ being chosen as the theme for this year. In this alert, Partner Emma Bartlett and Senior Associate Louise O’Connor explore the impact of mental health in the workplace, specifically, what employers can and should be doing to promote a culture that supports staff and enables the business to thrive whilst also meeting their legal and regulatory obligations.
April 27th, 2022 by Stuart Smith
The recent decision by the Solicitors Regulation Authority to abandon the re-hearing of its prosecution of Claire Matthews, a junior solicitor struck off the Roll by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal in 2020 for acting dishonestly, has been widely welcomed by the legal profession. In this news alert, senior associate Louise O’Connor and partner Andrew Pavlovic consider the potential implications of the decision for junior solicitors and firms moving forward.
Following the Government’s decision to suspend gender pay gap reporting in 2020, and the first half of the reporting period of 2021, Tuesday, 5 October marks the deadline for qualifying employers to report their figures. Despite heralding much optimism upon its introduction several years ago and following the recent period of stagnation, which implied it had in lowered priority, observers are now questioning whether the initiative is sufficient to bring about real change in closing the gender pay gap.
September 16th, 2021 by Stuart Smith
As a senior executive contemplating a move, how to protect your equity should be at the forefront of your mind in terms of optimising your strategy before you officially resign.