Hannah Waterworth Paralegal

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Contact Details

Hannah is a Paralegal in our Employment team. She assists fee earners with a variety of contentious and non-contentious matters. 

Significant experience

  • Assisting senior colleagues with tribunal cases.
  • Reviewing employment law developments and researching and writing articles.
  • Assisting with general employment queries.

Career

Hannah graduated from the University of Manchester with a 2.1 in Law in July 2016. She has been working as a paralegal in the Employment team at Blake Morgan since May 2017.

Expertise

Hannah’s Blog

New sexual harassment guidance launched

High profile news stories about sexual harassment show that it is a problem across all sectors and organisations regardless of size. Recently published guidance by ACAS and the Equality and Human Rights Commission will help employers

Articles by Hannah

Changes ahead for flexible working?

News

As the government launches a drive to increase the uptake of flexible working, Paula Kathrens outlines workers’ rights to work flexibly and the benefits to employers of such arrangements.

New Acas Guidance on overtime rights

News

Associate Vicky Schollar comments in People Management on the new Acas Guidance on overtime rights and the implications of overtime when calculating holiday pay.

New ACAS guidance published

News

ACAS has extensive guidance and resources on its website and it has recently published some new and updated guidance on a number of topical issues such as religion or belief in the workplace and suspension from work.

Related Knowledge & Resources

Increase in Subject Access Requests: GDPR one year on…

It's nearly a year since the GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018) came into force. We take a look at one area that organisations and employers are grappling with in increasing numbers: Data Subject Access Requests.

Confidentiality clauses: what businesses need to know

The #MeToo movement has shone the light on the misuse of confidentiality clauses, also known as "gagging clauses" and non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), by certain individuals in positions of power to silence victims of harassment and/or discrimination.

Are redundancy protections part of the parenting puzzle?

In January 2019, the government launched a consultation on extending protection from redundancy for mothers and new parents. Lisa Wallis explains more in an article in Employee Benefits.

Guide: Our workplace mediation service

Do you have conflict in the workplace that takes up your valuable time and has a damaging effect on team performance?

Immigration Compliance Audit Service

Blake Morgan is one of the few larger law firms that offer an immigration compliance audit service. We are well placed to do so, drawing on our immigration and commercial expertise.