View and download ELA's responses to recent Government consultations
ELA's membership magazine, published 10 times a year, contains news, case reports, commentary and analysis.
View all recent employment law news from the IDS Employment Law Team.
Download the handouts from many of ELA's recent training sessions.
Download media pack (Word, 68 KB)
|23 Nov 2009||The Acas Code on Discipline and Grievance||Anna Henderson, Herbert Smith LLP||Lecture Notes|
|1 Jan 2009||Cracking Code||Anna Henderson, Herbert Smith LLP||ELA Briefing||On 7 November last year, Acas published a final version of its new code to replace the statutory dispute resolution procedures. The code was laid before parliament under the 40-day negative resolution...|
|1 Mar 2010||The Governors of X School v R (on application of G) & ors||John Hayes, Irwin Mitchell LLP||ELA Briefing||Kulkarni v Milton Keynes Hospital NHS Trust suggested that public sector employees may have the right to be accompanied by a lawyer at a disciplinary hearing if the resulting decision could l...|
|22 May 2008||An Independent Review of Dispute Resolution||Michael Gibbons||Lecture Notes|
|1 Dec 2004||Are your Disciplinary Policies up to Date?||Rebecca Ford, Olswang||ELA Briefing||Employers should now have in place new or amended policies that take account of the statutory dismissal, disciplinary (DDP) and grievance (GP) procedures which came into force on 1 October 2004. They ...|
|1 Jul 2008||The mysterious case of the one-legged horse||Paul Epstein QC, Cloisters||ELA Briefing||The statutory grievance procedures will shortly draw their last breath. But until then, employers are increasingly using the case of Cyprus Airways Ltd v Lambrou to have constructive dismissal claims ...|
|1 Nov 2006||Section 10 The Right to be Accompanied||Seema Gill, Thomas Eggar||ELA Briefing||
Section 10 of the Employment Relations Act 1999 (ERA 1999) says that where a worker is required or invited by his employer to attend a disciplinary or grievance hearing, and reasonably requests to ...
|1 Jun 2007||Odoemelam – a different view||Andrew Edge and Simon Forshaw, Littleton Chambers||ELA Briefing||A nurse, Christine Odoemelam, complained of racial discrimination by her employer, the Whittington Hospital NHS Trust, and by two employees. The Trust argued successfully at a pre-hearing review that ...|
|22 Jun 2006||Grieving and Grief from the Statutory Procedures||Michael Duggan, Littleton Chambers||Lecture Notes|
|1 Aug 2008||Towergate London Market v Harris||Suki Deo, London Discrimination Unit||ELA Briefing||The Court of Appeal in Towergate London Market Ltd v Harris has given a claimant-friendly decision on extending time for late unfair dismissal claims. Suki Deo reports|