New course – Changing Terms and Conditions of Employment –
New video: Are coronavirus passports lawful?
During this video, you’ll learn:
– the choice as it might be presented to you; get vaccinated or get dismissed
– the cold, hard reality facing you if your employer instructs you to get vaccinated
– the possible legal claims you’d have if you refused, and were dismissed
– the trickier position of vocal anti-vaxxers
SUGGESTED WEBSITES WITH MORE INFORMATION
Employment Law Handbook –
Resolving Grievances –
Constructive Dismissal –
Employee Investigations –
Deconstructing TUPE –
All small books –
Employment law updates –
Employer’s guide to redundancy –
Sources of free legal advice (video) –
Deconstructing TUPE (video course) –
PRODUCTS, MEMBERSHIPS AND COURSES:
HR Policies –
Join the HR Inner Circle –
Getting Redundancy Right –
Changing Terms and Conditions course –
Employment Law MasterClass tour videos –
Marketing your Employment Law Practice –
Employment webinars –
Own-branded email updates for solicitors – www.employmentlawbulletins.com
My recommended transcription service for grievances, disciplinaries and interviews –
WHO AM I:
I’m Daniel Barnett, an employment law and HR barrister. I advise and represent clients in employment tribunal litigation. I have my main website ( and work out of a set of Chambers in London ( I have a weekly podcast ( and am often asked to speak on the national and international legal and HR lecture circuits. I’ve written about fifteen legal textbooks (the main one is and run a membership club for smart, ambitious HR Professionals ( I present the legal hour on LBC Radio ( the UK’s leading commercial talk radio station, at 9pm every Saturday night.
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This video is published by Employment Law Services Limited. The information in this video is for general guidance only and, although the presenters and publisher believe it was correct at the time it was recorded (December 2020) the law may have changed since then. You should always seek your own independent legal advice. Please note that for employment law, the law explained applies to England, Scotland and Wales. For all other areas of law, it applies to England only.
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