22 February 2019
With employment tribunal claims on the increase and state enforcement of holiday pay on the horizon, we look at how employers often get it wrong and why that can be an expensive mistake.
04 January 2019
A tax technicality connected to a Christmas savings scheme may result in supermarket Iceland breaching National Minimum Wage regulations. Our article explores the implications of this and other corporate activities which may result in inadvertent breaches of this complex legislation.
05 December 2018
We offer services in a wide range of employment disputes. Some employment claims must be brought in the Employment Tribunal whilst others are dealt with through the courts.
30 November 2018
Another victory for gig-economy workers whilst government hints at radical changes to worker rights. What does this mean for your organisation?
31 October 2018
Is it time to review your agency worker contracts? A recent Employment Appeal Tribunal is a stark reminder of the need to for certain conditions to be met.
31 October 2018
Technology is playing a bigger role in our working lives. AI is the next step and will impact the way we work. But what’s the cost?
30 October 2018
Fiscal Phil has announced the Government’s last Budget before Brexit, assuming it happens, but what does it mean for the Consumer Markets sector?
28 September 2018
Here is an overview of some of the employment law changes that you can expect over the next six months. Topics include: buyers liable for NMW penalties where breaches occurred prior to purchase, bereavement leave, and pay statements for all workers.