Podcast

Equal Pay Podcast: More Thoughts on Abdulla

I recently recorded a podcast with Alex Wilson-Campbell,  Manager of a company that specialises in CV Writing Services,  on the Birmingham City Council v Abdulla  equal pay case.  I wrote about it previously here.

In the podcast we talk about the Abdulla case and what it might mean for equal pay disputes in this country.  We also discuss some of the wider issues surrounding gender pay inequality.  You can listen to it by clicking here.

 

 

 

 

 

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Podcast#4 – Philip Henson of Bargate Murray

 

In this latest podcast I’m joined by Philip Henson, Partner at Bargate Murray Solicitors to chew over the new and proposed reforms to employment law and the case of Seldon v Clarkson, Wright & Jakes.

Health Warning:  This podcast is just an informal chat between two blokes with nothing better to do than talk about employment law one evening.  It doesn’t constitute legal advice in any way.

 

 

 

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Podcast#3 – What’s coming in 2012?

It’s been a while since I did a podcast, so here is my brief round up of some of the statutory changes and big cases coming up in 2012.  It saves me writing as well. More blogs next week and, hopefully, more podcasts too.

 

 

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Podcast#2

According to Daniel Barnett “If it looks like an employee and quacks like an employee, it’s probably not a self-employed subcontractor.”

Today saw the Supreme Court’s Judgment in Autoclenz Limited v Belcher & Others handed down and I’ve recorded my thoughts on it in this brief podcast.

“He had to duck as a cheesecake was propelled towards him.” Kitchen staff dismissed over hijinks http://ow.ly/5MxMs #HR #tribunals #ukemplaw
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As well as quacking employees I’ve also talked about chefs, Facebook and flying cheesecake.

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Podcast#1

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There’s been only one story in the news this week: the gripping scandal at News International and the demise of the News of the World today.  Here are my thoughts, in podcast form for a change, on the employment issues involved.

 

 

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Jobsworth talks to … Brian Inkster

Brian Inkster

Here at long last is my first podcast.  It’s something I’ve been meaning to do for a several months and I’m delighted that Brian Inkster of Inksters Solicitors in Glasgow was able to speak to me to discuss his law practice, use of social media and his thoughts on the use of technology.  To learn more about him and listen to the podcast, please click below to listen to it.

The intro and end music is “Balrog Boogie” by the Diablo String Orchestra, which is made available on a Creative Commons Licence.

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