October 23, 2015

Damp & Mould In A Council House: What Can You Do?

As your landlord, the Council or Housing Association owe you a duty of care the same way as any private landlord would. The council or housing […]
October 19, 2015

Settlement Agreements: What Should I Consider As An Employer?

Whilst many employers will have come across the term Settlement Agreements (which were known as Compromise Agreements up until 29 July 2013), understanding of the topic […]
October 16, 2015

How to avoid Unfair Dismissal Claims

Employment Tribunal Statistics show that the unfair dismissal claims in 2013/14 totalled 28,528, only superseded by Working Time Directive Claims. However, during the same period the […]
October 16, 2015

Accident at Work: Am I entitled to Sick Pay?

In 2013/14 it is reported that over 1 million people were suffering from a work-related illness. One of the first questions a person will ask when […]
October 9, 2015

World Mental Health Day 10/10/15

This year’s theme for World Mental Health day is Dignity in Mental Health. Unmanaged and misunderstood mental health issues within the workplace can exacerbate conditions and […]
October 8, 2015

Six Hour Working Day

So businesses in Sweden have decided to trial a six hour working day. Whilst many of us may, at first glance at the stories, feel that […]
October 6, 2015

Minimum Wage

National Minimum Wage rises took effect from yesterday https://www.gov.uk/national-minimum-wage-rates. Whilst well publicised and understood in principal by many, a recent European Court of Justice ruling in […]
August 5, 2014

Follower notices and accelerated payments

On 14 July 2014 the Finance Bill 2014 received royal assent and became law. One of the most controversial and widely talked about set of provisions […]