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2019 Employment Law Update

2018 was an eventful year for employment law. In addition to the introduction of the GDPR, the Data Protection…


Posted on 4th January 2019

The Government’s Good Work Plan

Building upon its response to the Taylor Review in February 2018 and the consultations which were launched at…


Posted on 4th January 2019

Retail: a tough shift for workers at Christmas

A career in retail on the UK’s high streets seems a pretty hazardous affair at the moment. …


Posted on 5th December 2018

Is the use of Confidentiality Agreements on the rise?

Confidentiality agreements are pretty topical all of a sudden.   Juventus footballer Cristiano Ronaldo is the subject…


Posted on 25th October 2018

Employers chance to stay on top of employment law

Whether it’s the importance of clearly worded contracts, knowing how to bring them to an end correctly,…


Posted on 7th September 2018

New Law for Taxation of Termination Payments

New tax rules that came into effect on 6 April 2018 mean employers are now required to pay income tax and national insurance…


Posted on 10th July 2018

Dress codes and Sex Discrimination – Do’s and Don’ts as an employer

The Government has recently issued guidance for employers, to help them ensure that they are implementing dress codes which…


Posted on 14th June 2018


Posted on 18th May 2018

Stress at Work

According to the Office for National Statistics which carries out a labour force survey on stress in the workplace each year…


Posted on 20th April 2018


Posted on 17th April 2018

When are On-Call Shifts considered working time?

For many workers their job will involve an element of being on-call.  That may be care workers who are on-call or perform “…


Posted on 2nd March 2018

Do you have an Adverse Weather Policy for employees?

With weather warnings in place across Scotland, Employment Law specialist…


Posted on 28th February 2018

Insolvent Employers – What can employees do?

The recent news of Carillion’s collapse, placing a large number of employees at risk of losing their jobs, highlights the continuing…


Posted on 1st February 2018

Long-term Absence and Reasonable Adjustments

Is banning aerosols and perfume in the workplace a reasonable adjustment? Employment Solicitor, Amy Jones looks at the recent case of…


Posted on 10th January 2018

Employment law changes expected this year

2018 and it's time to look ahead to the changes due to take effect within Employment Law.

2017 was a busy year for employment…


Posted on 3rd January 2018

Indefinite carry over of unpaid annual leave approved by European Court

All employees and workers in the UK are entitled to be paid for 5.6 weeks holiday per year.

However, with the recent rise in ‘…


Posted on 7th December 2017

Uber drivers entitled to specific employment protections following Tribunal ruling - Update

Employment Appeal Tribunal has rejected Uber's appeal against the Employment Tribunal's original decision.
In our previous blog…


Posted on 20th November 2017

The end of Tribunal Fees?

In a significant ruling on 26 July 2017, the Supreme Court unanimously decided that the issue and hearing fees, which were introduced to…


Posted on 28th July 2017

The Taylor 'Good Work' Report of the gig economy: the key points

Partner Debbie Fellows discusses the key points from the recent Taylor 'Good Work' Report. The report, Good Work: The Taylor Review of…


Posted on 14th July 2017

What is Flexible Working?

Our specialist Employment Law team discuss flexible working and the implications it has for Employers.
The recent 2017 Modern…


Posted on 9th June 2017

Learning Points for Approaching Stress at work

Employment Law specialists provide key points of consideration when dealing with Stress-at-work.
It is likely that stress will…


Posted on 25th May 2017

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