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7 November 2022 | Webinars | Article by Louise Price

Webinar replay: Employment Law Update | November 2022

The Employment & HR Services team deliver their employment law update, covering key case law developments and legislative changes likely to be of interest to HR practitioners.

Louise Price starts our employment law update, discussing recent interesting case law decisions. Examples include the Harpur Trust v Brazel holiday pay case, which concerns the calculation of holiday pay for casual workers and the use of the long established 12.07% calculation method. Louise also considers the recent highly published decision in Forstater v CGD Europe and others where it was held that gender critical beliefs are protected in law as philosophical beliefs. Louise leads a discussion about how employers can navigate delicate situations where there are competing rights.

Elinor Corbett-Jones then considers legislative changes and other likely employment law changes on the horizon. In particular, Elinor looks at the recent changes to right to work checks and the current position of the long awaited Employment Bill.

We have posted the webinar recording above, for you to watch at your leisure.

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Author bio

Louise Price


A highly specialised lawyer, Louise is a Partner and Head of Employment and HR services. Her expertise includes corporate support work, TUPE, pensions and employee benefits advice. She regularly advises private, public and third sector clients regarding large scale TUPE transfers of staff including drafting indemnities and warranties, advising on potential employment and pension liabilities, information and consultation obligations, and providing best value guidance.

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