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Oct 23

Employers’ guide to dyslexia in the workplace

‘One in ten people are estimated to have dyslexia according to the British Dyslexia Association,’ says Sally Togher, Head of Employment at Raworths.    ‘Dyslexia awareness week runs from 2 -...


Aug 23

Talking ‘off the record’ and settlement agreements

Using a settlement agreement to bring an employment relationship to an end, and effectively wipe the slate clean, can be very useful. But, to start the conversation, employers need to...


Jun 23

Getting employees back to the office

According to the Office for National Statistics, before the Covid pandemic only one in eight working adults reported working from home at least once during the previous seven days. This...


May 23

Spring employment law round up

Other than the usual April updates to statutory rates, it looks deceptively quiet on the regulatory front for employers. But the end of the year could see the biggest shake-up...


Feb 23

Problems in performance management

Performance management can be distracting, challenging and time-consuming,according to Deborah Boylan, Partner and Head of Employment at Raworths. The first challenge is to determine if this is a capability issue...


Jan 23

What employers need to know about hidden disabilities

Have you ever spotted someone wearing a lanyard with a sunflower as a means of indicating that they have a non-visible disability (also known as a hidden or invisible disability)?...


Nov 22

Employee monitoring: an employer’s guide

Recent advances in technology mean that there are now numerous ways to monitor employees, including via a webcam on staff computers or by checking browser histories, email content and phone...