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Pride and pronouns

Naomi Greenwood

14.06.2024

I don’t use pronouns in my email signature and when I was asked to write this article as part of…

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Menopause in the workplace – hot flush about nothing?

Naomi Greenwood

13.10.2023

You would think that it didn’t need to be spelt out that more than half of the population are going…

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What is sexual harassment in the workplace?

Naomi Greenwood

13.07.2023

Legislation relating to sex discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace has been a part of UK equality law for…

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What is an unless order?

Naomi Greenwood

25.04.2023

In the recent case of Minnoch and Others v Interserve FM Ltd, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) overturned the tribunal’s earlier…

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Upcoming 2023 employment legislation

Naomi Greenwood

13.12.2022

Following on our recent Looking Back, Going Forward seminar in our Woking office, this article looks at some of the…

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Compensation received by senior advertising executive following unfair dismissal

Naomi Greenwood

20.08.2021

The Moore Barlow Employment team acted for an individual with over 20 years’ experience working in the media and advertising…

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Favourable settlement reached for employer within days of receiving threat of interim injunction

Naomi Greenwood

20.08.2021

The Moore Barlow Employment team was instructed by a consultancy specialising in data protection and cybersecurity following the termination of…

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Are anxious whistleblowers blowing into the wind?

Naomi Greenwood

16.12.2020

Recent research by the whistleblowing charity Protect found that UK employers disregarded nearly half of all their employees’ coronavirus-related concerns.…

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Employer claim response too generic

Naomi Greenwood

07.10.2019

Upton-Hansen Architects v Gyftaki…

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Ruling on unreasonable covenants comes as a relief

Naomi Greenwood

19.08.2019

Tillman v Egon Zehnder Limited.…

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Not all workers get 20 uninterrupted minutes off

Naomi Greenwood

26.04.2019

In the recent case of Network Rail Infrastructure v Crawford, for workers deemed “special workers”, compensatory rest need not be…

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Top athlete fails to win employment status

Naomi Greenwood

22.02.2019

Former Team-GB cyclist Jess Varnish brought an Employment Tribunal claim against British Cycling and UK Sport, with the aim of…

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