NLW and NMW Increases The National Living Wage was introduced at £7.20 per hour in April 2016 for employees over...
Many employers require new employees to complete a “probationary” or “trial period” at the start of their employment before the...
The most highly publicised change is the introduction of the the National Living Wage that will affect everyone over 25...
It is always best to resolve work place disputes as early as possible by following the business or organisations grievance...
Is your work place prepared for the Christmas Party season and the challenges that can arise around issues of conduct...
Several important employment law changes come into affect in October 2015 and these include: Minimum wage increases from 1st October...
From this week the new Fit For Work scheme provides employers in England and Wales with the opportunity to refer...
“100% success rate in defending Clients in the Employment Tribunal” Employment Tribunals Employment Tribunals determine disputes between employees and employers...read more
Employees now have the right to make an employment tribunal claim where they feel they are being punished by their
What is the National Living Wage? A new ‘National Living Wage’ (NLW) of £7.20 per hour will be introduced next
The government delivered its first budget on the 8th July 2015 and it contained a number of points that are
In the budget this week the government announced that it had accepted the Low Pay Commissions recommendations for increases later
The start of the new financial year heralds a number of changes in employment law that business needs to be
Last month, following an earlier ruling in December 2014 by the European Court of Justice, the first Tribunal in the
E-cigarettes fall outside the law prohibiting smoking in the workplace and so employers can decide whether to allow them or
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