Andrew Haywood

Andrew Haywood

Andrew Haywood is a solicitor at Dawsons LLP. He completed his legal practice course at Nottingham Law School and subsequently studied Sports Law at Kings College London.

He has experience in advising corporate clients on variety of employment work including boardroom disputes and executive terminations, TUPE, redundancy and discrimination, business restructures, acquisitions and mergers, unfair dismissal, restrictive covenants, preparation of employment contracts, management of employee issues and redundancy.

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Technical briefing: From sick note to fit note

The Statement of Fitness for Work, or 'fit note', is a new medical statement that GPs will issue from 6 April 2010. It replaces the old 'sick note' and aims to focus on what an employee may be able to do at work rather than what they cannot do.

Technical briefing: Employees' 'time to train'

From 6 April 2010, employees with more than 26 weeks’ service will have the right to request time to undertake study or training (also known as ‘time to train’).

Technical briefing: Employees' 'time to train'

From 6 April 2010, employees with more than 26 weeks’ service will have the right to request time to undertake study or training (also known as “time to train”).

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