All in a Day’s Work: Introduction to Post Termination Restrictions

All in a Day’s Work: Introduction to Post Termination Restrictions

All in a Days Work – Introduction to Post Termination Restrictions In this episode of Herrington Carmichael’s All in a Day’s Work Employment and Immigration Law podcast, we are discussing post termination restrictions. We’re taking it back to basics by looking...
Managing Sickness Absence in the Construction Industry

Managing Sickness Absence in the Construction Industry

Managing Sickness Absence in the Construction Industry The construction industry is known for its physically demanding and challenging work environment. With labour-intensive tasks, exposure to various risks, and sometimes harsh weather conditions, it’s no...
The CIJC Working Rule Agreement: An Overview

The CIJC Working Rule Agreement: An Overview

The CIJC Working Rule Agreement: An Overview What is it? The Construction Industry Joint Council (“CIJC”) Working Rule Agreement is an agreement that governs the terms and conditions of employment for certain construction workers where the employer chooses to...
All in a Day’s Work: Introduction to Post Termination Restrictions

All in a Day’s Work: Introduction to TUPE

All in a Day’s Work: Introduction to TUPE In this episode, Sam Gray and Tom Hyatt, Employment Solicitors at Herrington Carmichael discuss the basic principles of TUPE including when a transfer arises, the impact this has on employees and how best to prepare for...
All in a Day’s Work: Introduction to Post Termination Restrictions

All in a Day’s Work: What is ESG?

All in a Day’s Work: What is ESG? This month’s episode is an introduction to environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) for Employers. We will be providing an overview of what ESG is, particularly from an employment perspective. We will also be...
Foundations for a flexible working environment

Foundations for a flexible working environment

Foundations for a flexible working environment The construction industry has historically faced various challenges to accommodating flexible working including operational concerns as well as established culture and practices. But, with an increasingly changing culture...
Government announces intention for employment law reform

Government announces intention for employment law reform

Government announces intention for employment law reform Last week, the government released its policy paper on ‘Smarter Regulation to Grow the Economy’ where it said how it plans to reform some employment laws post-Brexit. The updates from an employment perspective...
Case Update – Enforceability of Non-Compete Clauses

Case Update – Enforceability of Non-Compete Clauses

Case Update – Enforceability of Non-Compete Clauses The General Principle Non-compete provisions which restrict a former employer for working for a competitor is not uncommon but for it to be considered enforceable it is essential that the restriction does not...
Self-employed contractors – what are the key employment issues?

Self-employed contractors – what are the key employment issues?

Self-employed contractors – what are the key employment issues? Self-employed contractors and sub-contractors provide vital resource. They provide a degree of flexibility and specialism which can be beneficial on projects and are an important part of many construction...
All in a Day’s Work: Skilled Worker Visas

All in a Day’s Work: Skilled Worker Visas

This month’s episode covers skilled worker visas. Usof Shah and Samuel Gray will be discussing eligibility requirements for the visa as well as the process once a business has been granted a sponsor licence. This episode will also cover conditions imposed on a skilled...