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The discovery of the Omicron variant is a concern for all as we head into the winter period. Whatever the requirements for entry/exit might be, the added stress, hassle, uncertainty and cost of international travel this winter makes travelling abroad a much less attractive proposition. In turn, that presents an opportunity for those serving the domestic leisure and tourism market and we hope that you are able to navigate the continuing challenges caused by the pandemic and enjoy a strong trading period.

This edition has two articles which we hope are of interest, but more importantly are useful to you. 

With the holiday season very soon to be upon us, and festivities will be in full swing. Employment solicitor Tom Stephenson considers legal issues around banter in the workplace and when the line might be crossed into harassment.

And as New Year's resolutions might start to be considered, solicitor Jon Holloway and Partner Frank Cook highlight some key considerations around succession planning for owner-managed businesses.

We looked at the following topics:

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Ironing out tricky holiday issues

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Draft legislation introduced making it easier for employers to hire agency staff to cover striking workers

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New Regulations expand the category of people able to sign off "fit notes" 

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Statutory Code on fire and rehire to be published in the summer

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Employment tribunal holds that long Covid is a disability 

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Constructive dismissal and fundamental breach 

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