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What Inclusion week means to Morton Fraser
Morton Fraser joins the call to be #UnitedForInclusion as we work to create a platform for our young people to be and do whatever they want. Whether your interest is in law, finance, marketing or IT, reaching your potential shouldn’t be dictated by where you grew up or what school you went to.
Hear from Ryan, one of our 2021 trainees, who came to Morton Fraser from one of the most deprived areas in Scotland.
Employee monitoring and home working
In our latest podcast, David Hossack discusses with Alan Delaney the hot topic of monitoring workers at home as well as the privacy implications of the increasingly sophisticated tools available to employers. What legal restraints operate in this controversial area and what steps can employers take to navigate the risks?
Is it discrimination to send a pregnant employee home because of Covid risks?
David Hossack talks to Sarah Gilzean about the recent case of Prosser v community gateway association ltd and what employers should consider when dealing with pregnant employees during the pandemic.
Extension of Right to Work concessions
David Hossack and Stuart McWilliams discuss how COVID has affected Right to Work checks, and what the extension of these concessions means for employers.
When is the dismissal of an employee following a criminal charge fair?
Has a new approach to the potentially fair reason for dismissal of an employee following their arrest and charge, but before conviction, been identified?
Stand By Your Client: Online / Remote Mediation
In the tenth and final podcast from our series on how to best represent your client at mediation, David Hossack and Laura McKenna discuss the advantages and concerns about online mediation. They consider what the future might hold for online mediation, as well as a summary of the other topics looked at in the series and their top tips for lawyers representing clients at mediation.