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Posts Tagged: Employment Law
Changes to UK Employment Law for 2014

Have you gotten your head round the business of the Changes to UK Employment Law in 2013 yet? If not, do not worry as this is our update for what is coming on the slate for 2014. Changes to TUPE come into force Important changes are being made[...]

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When Is A Worker Not A Worker Or Are They?

When is a worker not a worker, and by definition an employee. It is and always has been an interesting question, at least in employment circles. Many companies deem some of their staff, some all of their staff as either contractors or even self employed. For some companies,[...]

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More And More

So Protected Conversations are finally with us. What you say, is a “Protected Conversation”? Can you finally tell your boss exactly what you think of them, without fear of reprisal or being sacked? Not quite. But we do have a new piece of Employment Law with us, in[...]

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Updates And Changes To Charges In Employment Tribunal Cases For Claimants

Well the date has now passed and we are several weeks into the new process for the Employment Tribunals service in England/Wales/Scotland. http://www.justice.gov.uk/downloads/tribunals/employment/et-fees-factsheet.pdf This is from the Ministry of Justice and is the official leaflet in pdf form in respect of the rules, charges etc. If you have[...]

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