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    News Category: Employment Training

    • 5 August 2021

      Race discrimination in the workplace

      Race discrimination claims in the workplace were up 4% in the past year according to official figures from the Ministry of Justice and employment tribunals. Read more

    • 13 April 2021

      Employment Law training seminars

      Steeles Law Employment team delivered a series of successful training programs to over 500 employees in the last 14 months (January 2020 to March 2021) in person and via TEAMs video conferencing. Read more

    • 28 September 2020

      Employment: Coronavirus Law update. What employers need to know

      Employment Director Robert Hickford provides an important update for HR professionals.  Read more

    • 24 February 2020

      Steeles Law renews major contract as primary employment law provider to Hovis®

      Steeles Law, one of the East of England’s leading law firms, continues to act for baking business Hovis® as its primary employment law provider in GB. Read more

    • 20 February 2019

      Good mental health boosts performance

      Mental health encompasses our emotional, psychological, and social well-being, all of which influence thoughts, feelings and actions. Read more

    • 23 November 2017

      Drugs and alcohol in the workplace

      Research shows that drug and alcohol abuse are ever-increasing problems in the workplace. It is no longer uncommon for an employee to alert their employer to an addiction, or for employers or the workplace at large to believe that an employee is misusing drugs or alcohol. Read more

    • 23 November 2017

      Royal Mail v Jhuti

      In Royal Mail Limited v Jhuti, the Court of Appeal has considered the extent to which a tribunal can infer knowledge onto a decision maker in an automatically unfair dismissal claim, when that dismissing officer was not aware of the employee’s whistleblowing at the time of dismissal. Read more

    • 13 May 2014

      Preventing illegal working

      Two new draft Codes of Practice have been published to assist employers in preventing illegal working and avoiding discrimination in recruitment. Read more

    • 5 November 2013

      TUPE Masterclass: 20 November 2013

      We are holding the next of our popular employment law masterclasses on Wednesday, 20 November 2013, from 1.30pm to 4.30pm, at the Norwich Theatre Royal (Targetfollow Room). Read more

    • 29 August 2013

      Steeles Law sponsoring Norfolk Chamber HR Forum

      Are you aware of the new rules applying to ‘pre-termination negotiations’? Did you know that compromise agreements have been renamed ‘settlement agreements’?  Do you know how to best protect your business when terminating the employment of key individuals? Read more