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3 Things We Learnt In Law This Week (17 January 2019)

Disabled Shop Worker Wins Tribunal Award From M&S Over Lift Key

An Employment Tribunal (ET) has made an award of £1,000 against Marks and Spencer after a delay in providing a disabled shop worker with a lift key to allow him to reach the toilets more easily.

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What do Millennials Want?

If you want your business to succeed in the digital age – you’ll need to recruit millennials. But first you need to understand how they differ from employees from previous generations. Born towards the end of the twentieth century, millennials are the first truly digital generation. For them, social media and smartphones are a natural part of everyday life. Where others try to keep up with new developments, millennials are ahead of the game. So, when it comes to recruiting millennials, what do they look for in employers?

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Re-Flex: Revisions in Flexibility Working Rights

Everyone enjoyed a spot of networking and updating their knowledge in respect of flexible working on 17 July as we covered: 

  • Pre 30 June 2014 changes; 
  • Post 30 June 2014 changes;
  • Considering flexible working requests; 
  • The meaning of “reasonable manner” under the new legislation; 
  • Withdrawing claims; 
  • Tribunal claims (including discrimination) and 
  • How flexible working can benefit businesses.