Employment Archives - Herrington Carmichael
Cuts to sick pay for unvaccinated staff who are self-isolating

Cuts to sick pay for unvaccinated staff who are self-isolating

Cuts to sick pay for unvaccinated staff who are self-isolating In recent days, it has been announced that several retailers including Next, IKEA and Ocado have opted to remove company sick pay provisions for members of staff who are unvaccinated and required to...
Right to work checks from 6 April 2022

Right to work checks from 6 April 2022

Right to work checks from 6 April 2022 Immigration Law From 6 April 2022, employers will no longer be able to carry out a manual right to work check on those who hold a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP), Biometric Residence Card (BRC) or a Frontier Worker Permit (FWP)....
Employers – what is reasonable under the new covid rules?

Employers – what is reasonable under the new covid rules?

Employers – what is reasonable under the new covid rules? New measures have been announced by the Government over the last few weeks to combat the threat posed by the new Omicron variant of the Covid-19 virus across England. This includes the raising of the UK’s...
Warning – obtaining a Sports visa may not be as quick as you think!

Warning – obtaining a Sports visa may not be as quick as you think!

Warning – obtaining a Sports visa may not be as quick as you think! Immigration Law The recent appointment of Manchester United’s interim manager has highlighted potential delays in obtaining a visa under the new International Sportsperson visa category. It has been...
Managing Workplace Stress: Good Practice or Legal Necessity?

Managing Workplace Stress: Good Practice or Legal Necessity?

Managing Workplace Stress: Good Practice or Legal Necessity? It goes without saying that the Covid-19 pandemic has dramatically altered the world in which we all live and work. Employers and employees alike have been forced to contend not only with the stresses...