EMPLOYMENT LAW

The new working world: the detail

Having looked, in our last two webinars, at the new world of work, this time we look in more detail at two of the practical issues employers will be facing when introducing new working arrangements. First, Simon Bellm, looks at some of the contractual issues that have to be addressed in putting in place new working arrangements and, second, Stephen ten Hove explores the legal framework which applies when monitoring employees who work from home.

About the authors


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Stephen ten Hove

Partner

Contentious and non-contentious Employment Law specialist dealing with unfair dismissal, discrimination and law relating to partnerships and shareholders.
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Simon Bellm

Partner

Specialist in intricate employee relations and structural change matters and offering expertise in TUPE issues.

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