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The new year is only days old but already there has been a landmark ruling in an Employment Tribunal in Norwich, where it has been found that ethical veganism is a philosophical belief and should be protected by law.
When faced with the daunting task of delivering presents to all of the 'nice' children in the world in one night, it is not unexpected that Santa may, on occasion, be guilty of falling foul of employment law legislation. With this in mind, we have conducted a high-level review of his employment practices, which he can perhaps look over when things are quieter for him come January.
While it may indeed be the most wonderful time of the year and a time for goodwill, pigs in blankets and Buddy the Elf, for us employment lawyers the festive period is often also a time for an increased level of enquiries surrounding a number of common issues. We encourage our employer clients to take a few precautions to avoid having to add dealing with grievances and disciplinaries to their list of January blues.
Ahead of the General Election, parties have made various pledges when it comes to the world of employment law. As the last in a series of blogs ahead of 12 December, we look at what the Conservative Party has promised to deliver in its manifesto in relation to employment law.