How firms can better support neurodiverse employees in the workplace and during recruitment processes

Neurodivergent lawyers have a number of unique strengths, abilities and perspectives that can benefit any employer and workplace. Attention to detail, hyper focus, problem solving, creativity, spontaneity, determination, high-work ethic and identifying where the employer can autonomise or make services more efficient are just some of the abilities that can add a great deal of value to a firm. It, therefore, makes sense that firms would want to employ neurodivergent talent at all levels and benefit from these unique abilities.…

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“It’s not ‘He Said She Said’ if I’ve got proof!”: Recording conversations at work and its legality

“It’s not ‘He Said She Said’ if I’ve got proof!”: Recording conversations at work and its legality.   In employment law issues, it can be said that employees, especially those who end up as litigants-in-person before the Employment Appeals Tribunals (EAT) are often found to be the weaker party in the case.  This is due to the fact of the lack of legal knowledge in terms of procedure and black letter law when filing a claim. The challenge in a hearing becomes…

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Financial Help For Businesses During Lockdown

The last year has been a rollercoaster for not just the public but businesses big and small.  As the Government scrambles to catch up, businesses have been left in even more confusing predicaments trying to ensure they not only stay afloat but also meet health and safety laws and have enough staff to cover the work that is there. The latest guidance may not seem too dissimilar to the previous full lockdown, but for those wishing to know what financial help…

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Childcare And Financial Help For Working Parents During Lockdown

Last night’s announcement by the Prime Minister was expected by many, but has left many confused, worried and unsure about whether the news is welcomed or not. There is no doubt that something needed to be done to stop the spread of the new variant of the virus, however the timing could have been better, especially for working parents. Here at Tiger Law many of our staff have young families, so can understand the worry of trying to juggle home-schooling and…

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Furlough – four things to think about

With lots of uncertainty surrounding the current situation, and employers being bombarded by questions from their employees (as well as having their own), the Law Society has published a guidance, explaining some of the more uncertain aspects of the scheme and could be useful if you are considering putting employees on furlough leave. It is unsurprising that there are still some uncertainties with the scheme, as it was created in such a short space of time. Below we have summarised the…

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Contracts and Covid-19

Contracts and Covid-19: What does it mean? Are contracts still binding under lockdown ? The ongoing epidemic has posed significant risks to businesses with disruptions in supply chains, cancellations of events and the closure of many services, but what does this mean for contracts that are in place? Is there a “get out of jail free card” to avoid obligations? Under English law contracts are, in principle, absolute. In general terms, any failure to perform an obligation under a contract…

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