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Now we’re into 2020, there are upcoming employment law changes that you need to be aware of. Here is the third of our blogs explaining ..read more

Now we’re into 2020, there are upcoming employment law changes that you need to be aware of. Here is the second of our blogs explaining ..read more

Now we’re into 2020, there are upcoming employment law changes that you need to be aware of. Here is the first in a short series of ..read more

Considerations for employers and employees We are now living in an era whereby a significant proportion of our communication is done via ..read more

Fresh doubts have been cast over the correct approach employers should adopt when deciding whether or not their employees ought to be paid ..read more

Where one or more employees have done something which could potentially amount to gross misconduct, it is common for employers to want to ..read more

There is no legal obligation on an employer to provide a reference. If an employer does decide to provide a reference they can choose what ..read more

From April 2019 the statutory minimum employment related payments will change. The most commonly used ones are set out below. There will be ..read more

As the law stands, under the Employment Rights Act 1996, an employee is entitled to an itemised pay statement at the point of payment, or ..read more

In the UK the entitlement to paid annual leave is governed by the Working Time Regulations 1998 (WTR) which implements the Working Time ..read more

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