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    | Hannah Thomas
    When do you have to postpone a disciplinary hearing?
    Where the employer breaches the employee's right to be accompanied at a disciplinary hearing, or unreasonably refuses to delay a disciplinary hearing, any subsequent dismissal is likely to be unfair. Read our blog here  to find out the legal requirements for employers.
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    | Rianda Markram
    Small businesses’ engagement with the energy market
    When last did you change your energy supplier? In this blog  we look at small businesses’ engagement with the energy market. We also reference a “loyalty penalty” super complaint filed by the Citizens Advice Bureau with the Competition and Markets Authority.
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    | Hannah Thomas
    Christmas parties and employment law
    With company Christmas parties on the horizon, employers may wish to consider when they could be “vicariously liable” for the actions of their employees at company parties, if those actions are said to have been committed in the course of employment.  Read our blog for a summary of the legal position for employers.
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