Welcome to the Autumn edition of the Employment Law Update.
In this edition we look closely at the importance of flexible working for employees, how to carry out redundancies correctly, Data Subject Access Requests, and more.
We answer some of the most frequently asked questions surrounding the redundancy process.
Tina Din, associate in our Employment Law team, comments on the positive impacts of working from home on women
In this blog, our Business Crime team looks closely at business crime investigations.
This in-depth case study discusses discrimination in relation to providing different parental leave and adoption leave pay.
In this webinar recording, our employment and data lawyers discuss Data Subject Access Request and GDPR Rights Request.
As we come out of the Cornovirus Job Retention Scheme and more employees are returning to the office, we take a look at key considerations for employers.
Bindmans welcomes new Employment Law and Professional Discipline Associate
Last month, Tina Din joined Bindmans as an associate in our Employment Law and Professional Discipline team. She has specialised in employment law since qualifying in 2009. She advises individuals and businesses across all areas of employment law including unfair dismissal, work place discrimination, wage disputes and redundancy.
Her practice includes advising individual employees including company directors, senior executives and junior employees through disciplinary, grievance and performance management, redundancy consultations, flexible working requests, unfair dismissal and negotiation of severance packages.
To find out more about the support we provide to both employers and employees, visit our Employment Law page.