Newsletter November 2023

Hello and thank you for joining us for our November newsletter where we have a roundup of some employment related news stories. This month we’ve seen National Minimum Wage rates are to increase from April 2024, a former Man City player bringing a claim against the club for unpaid wages, and in our lighter side [...]

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Newsletter – October 2023

Hello and thank you for joining us for our October newsletter where we have a roundup of some employment related news stories. This month we’ve seen news of Freddie Flintoff’s settlement, how employers are aiming to be more inclusive, an employee who was sacked over a sandwich and a prankster who has taken on the [...]

By |2023-10-30T08:38:19+00:00October 27th, 2023|Newsletter|0 Comments

Newsletter – September 2023

Hello and thank you for joining us for our monthly newsletter. As we move into the spooky month of October we have a short roundup of some news stories and how they relate to Employment in a wider context. For any of you that missed our last newsletter you can find that here. This week [...]

Newsletter July 2023

  Welcome, and thank you for joining us for our July newsletter. The unfortunate souls that missed out on our last newsletter can achieve enlightenment here. Last month we looked at a new addition to the PJH Law team, discrimination in the military, and sexual harassment in Westminster. This week we'll be looking at.. another [...]

By |2023-07-28T12:48:53+00:00July 28th, 2023|Newsletter|0 Comments

Newsletter – June 2023

Hello everyone, welcome back once again to our monthly newsletter. Thank you all for joining us. If you missed it, our last case of the week update looked into a Tribunal mistake that cost the claimant several years worth of delay! Our May newsletter looked into COVID whistleblowing, bullying in Government, and some exciting internal [...]

By |2023-07-07T11:42:26+00:00July 7th, 2023|Newsletter|0 Comments


Welcome to our monthly newsletter, including a short employment law and HR update. In case you missed it, our most recent case law update looked into how Claimants need to mitigate their losses when they are dismissed and our last newsletter looked at industrial action and challenges for criminal law solicitors. PJH Law News – Prize [...]

By |2023-04-03T13:15:36+00:00March 31st, 2023|Newsletter|0 Comments


Hello, as it is the last day of the month it is time for our monthly employment law and HR update. Last week’s case law update looked at marriage/civil partnership discrimination and our December update included some interesting Christmas cases and a forecast for 2023. Consultation on Holiday Pay As many of you will have [...]

By |2023-01-30T16:57:12+00:00January 30th, 2023|Newsletter|0 Comments

Consultation on Holiday Pay

As many of you will have read. The judgment in Brazel v Harpur Trust has caused lots of issues for employers who engage casual or zero hours staff. For the uninitiated the judgment means that any holiday pay calculation should substitute non-working weeks with weeks with pay from the previous year when calculating holiday pay. [...]

PJH Law Seminar

Following the feedback to last month’s update we have decided to hold our seminar face to face in March. We are currently confirming a venue and date but we are planning to host sessions on the following topics: Summary of April Employment Law Changes. Neurodiversity and HR. Holiday pay following Brazel v Harpur Trust. Collective redundancy [...]

By |2023-02-02T09:09:36+00:00January 30th, 2023|Newsletter, PJH & Industry News|0 Comments

Menopause Discrimination

This month the government rejected a recommendation by the Women and Equalities Committee to include menopause as a protected characteristic under the Equality Act 2010. The reasons for this were that a women experiencing menopause could bring a claim under the protected characteristics of either age, sex or disability depending on the nature of how [...]


Hello  and welcome back for another monthly round up of all things employment law. Last month we looked at flexible working, implications of the change of prime minister and a high profile sex discrimination case involving Morrison’s. Additionally, last week we looked at the identity of the Respondent and getting locked in a fridge. This [...]

By |2022-12-02T14:46:20+00:00December 2nd, 2022|Newsletter|0 Comments

October 2022 Newsletter

Hello and welcome back to your monthly employment law newsletter rounding up all things employment law in the news this month. This month we have features on yet another new prime minister, flexible working, sex discrimination and sexual harassment. New Prime Minister Last month we looked at what the impact the Truss premiership might mean [...]

By |2022-11-04T14:53:59+00:00November 4th, 2022|Newsletter|0 Comments

PJHLaw June 2021 Newsletter

Tribunal Finds General Medical Council Liable for Race Discrimination The Reading employment tribunal has found the General Medical Council liable for direct race discrimination. Dr. O Karim is an NHS doctor of African/ European ethnicity. Complaints were made against him in 2013/2014, culminating in a Fitness to Practice Tribunal (FTP) in 2018 (a tribunal that [...]