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Despite many organisations having policies and providing training on harassment at work an unacceptable level of incidents still take place. If what we have been doing so far is not working then employers need to consider a more pro-active approach including bystander training.
As the number of employees working remotely has increased so too has employers' need to look after their employees' mental health. Challenges to mental health may be different for remote workers and the support employers provide needs to be tailored to meet those challenges.
Serial complainants, personality clashes and third party demands: when can you dismiss?
More and more employers are seeing requests for employees to work outside of their ‘base’ jurisdiction. Whilst modern technology may make this logistically simple, the wider implications can be anything but - from immigration, to tax and social security liabilities, to HR and and labour law considerations. In the absence of the planning that would typically accompany a formal assignment, this can give rise to significant risk.
Pinsent Masons' David Isaac has once again been ranked in the OUTstanding LGBT+ Role Models 2020 list.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has advised the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) on its innovative joint £28m investment in 5G test projects to showcase the capability of 5G technology across a range of industries and identify commercially sustainable long-term use cases.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons advised GNA Biosolutions GmbH on IP and commercial aspects of its rapid PCR Covid-19 test.