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Major changes to what information your employer has to provide to all new employees and workers come into force after April 6 this year. In addition to greater detail, the new document, a: Statement Of Main Terms and Conditions (SMT) now applies to both employees and...

Major changes to what information you have to provide to all employees and workers come into force from April 6th. In addition to greater detail, the new document, a: Statement Of Main Terms and Conditions (SMT) now applies to both employees and workers on the first...

Parents of babies born prematurely are to have extra statutory paid leave. The move was announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak in his March 11th budget. The proposed new Neonatal Pay and Leave regulations  will allow new mothers and fathers to claim statutory paid leave of £160...

But how precisely does redundancy differ from dismissal? As an employer of domestic and household staff, the differences are important as not following procedures can result in an employment tribunal case. The following will be helpful if you find yourself in a position when you need...

 It may not be convenient for you if your employee becomes pregnant, but her rights are protected in law. The case of an employee, eight months pregnant, who was made redundant, reinforces that point yet again. Helen Larkin was given two weeks notice of her redundancy...

Who would have thought a few years ago, that a compensation payout for Age and Race Discrimination would have totalled close to £400,000, whoever the person and whatever the organisation?  But the case of Anne Giwa-Amu of mixed Nigerian and Welsh descent who was wrongfully dismissed...

It may not be convenient for your employer if you become pregnant, but your rights are protected in law. The case of an employee, eight months pregnant, who was made redundant, reinforces that point yet again. Helen Larkin was given two weeks notice of her redundancy...