The UK has failed to properly implement EU health and safety law by restricting protection from detriment on health and safety grounds to ‘employees', the High Court has ruled in a recent case.
Nick looks at two recent cases, dealing with key issues. The first case decides that workers have additional health and safety rights under EU law.
High Court: UK has failed to implement EU law protecting workers from detriment on health and safety grounds.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak announced this morning that the Government's furlough scheme will be extended beyond the previous extension (2nd December) and will now continue until
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Workplaces can be dangerous places.
Recent case considered whether an employer could have prevented a practical joke that caused injury.
You should also consider your health and safety obligations towards others.
Both COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 employment law developments have continued apace in September and October. Here we provide a round-up of developments employers need to know with a dozen of our top picks...
The Government published on 4 November updated guidance for protecting people who have been categorised as clinically extremely vulnerable (CEV) to Covid-19.
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On October 22, 2020, the UK government published a Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules, introducing the expected "Points-Based" Immigration System.
Welcome to the Wrigleys Employment Law Bulletin, October 2020.
The Government's response to the Grenfell tragedy on 14 June 2017 has been multi-faceted – including immediate, interim and remedial measures for existing high rise buildings with ACM...
Since the Covid-19 pandemic began to impact working life in the UK in March 2020, the workplace has changed beyond recognition.
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What should your organisation be doing to remain agile as the Covid-19 related risk landscape evolves?
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The Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a new Job Support Scheme that will replace the furlough scheme when it ends on 31 October.
Each month our health team will update you on key recent developments, and look ahead to what's coming up in your sector.
The new regulations introduce a wide range of measures designed to make self-isolation a legal requirement and making parents responsible for ensuring their children self-isolate where necessary.
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During the coronavirus crisis to date, women in the UK are more likely to have lost work, seen a decrease in their earnings and been working while looking after children.
Health and Safety Executive guidance includes advice on supporting vulnerable workers and first aid cover during the pandemic