Employment Espresso Pods: Workplace Mental Wellness

To mark Mental Health Awareness Week #MHAW21, Tim Leaver is joined by Sam Brown, a partner in our Pensions team and UK Regional Head of Employment, Pensions & Incentives for a discussion on workplace mental health and wellness, how the pandemic has impacted our wellbeing and awareness of our mental health and they share tips and … Read more

Employment Espresso Pods: Non Competes and Big Blue Dinosaurs

In our next episode, the team looks at non-competes; the current status of the law in this area and the proposed changes the Government is considering; what are the practical implications of these changes? Speakers Please contact any of our speakers if you would like to discuss this podcast and any of the issues discussed: Read more

Employment Espresso Pods: Return to work: Jabs, Tests & Psychedelic Zebras

We are delighted to launch a new podcast series: “Employment Espresso Pods” Join Herbert Smith Freehills’ Employment team for a coffee catch up as they discuss current hot topics impacting the employment sphere. In this, first episode, the team looks at returning to work in the UK following the Covid-19 pandemic. They tackle issues including … Read more

Australian Employment and Industrial Relations Podcast: EP2 – Podcast on our key employment and IR predictions for 2020

Our latest podcast focuses on the key issues we expect to see in employment and industrial relations as we look ahead to 2020. Melbourne Partners Anthony Wood and Natalie Gaspar share their trends and predictions covering areas such as underpayment compliance, the proposed changes to annualised salary provisions and key legislative changes. It’s essential listening … Read more

Australian Employment and Industrial Relations Podcast: EP1 – Future of Work: New employee activism and the union movement in Australia

Partners Anthony Longland and Natalie Gaspar from our Employment, Industrial Relation and Safety team, discuss some of the results from a global survey presented in our report the ‘Future of Work: Adapting to the democratised workplace’ which warns of an unprecedented rise in workforce activism ahead and what the findings might mean for the union … Read more