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Christmas Closure  – Our office will be closed from the 22nd of December at 12pm and will reopen on the 2nd of January at 9am




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Ways in which you may be able to avoid facing formal disciplinary action at work

Published 26 September 2022
  The threat of any type of disciplinary action can cause serious distress, but what do you really know about your options to get out of such a situation?  Your employer can utilise its...

Dealing with any work-related social media fallout following the funeral of the Queen

Published 20 September 2022
  The death of Queen Elizabeth II has seen an outpouring of emotion but not all of it has been positive, which could create a problem for some employers. Millions have mourned the passing of...

Does the bank holiday for the Queen’s funeral mean time off work?

Published 12 September 2022
As the country continues to mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth II it has already had an impact on the world of work and will continue to do so in the coming days. On 8 September, the UK's longest-...

Where to get free employment law advice and getting the most from it

Published 05 September 2022
If you find yourself in a position where you desperately need employment law advice knowing what you can get for free is going to be extremely helpful. If you are facing disciplinary action, redun...

What to do when an employee raises a grievance

Published 30 August 2022
An employer faces many difficult challenges in the current climate and among them dealing with a formal grievance from an employee can be problematic. All organisations should have a grievance pro...

Redundancy notice period explained

Published 22 August 2022
For anyone unfortunate enough to be made redundant there will be questions about what you are entitled to that will inevitably dominate your thinking. One of the main questions is likely to be whe...

How an employer should investigate a grievance

Published 15 August 2022
A substandard grievance investigation can destroy a working relationship and have disastrous consequences, it is why getting it right is essential. The decision by any employee to submit a formal ...

Should my employment contract be in writing?

Published 02 August 2022
Putting pen to paper to sign a contract when you land a new job is a great moment. But, how concerned should you really be if you are not handed a printed contract and asked to sign on the dotted ...

How to raise an informal grievance

Published 26 July 2022
The decision to raise a formal complaint at work is not one that should be taken lightly, so is there really an effective way in which you can avoid doing so? You can feel aggrieved at work for an...

Does an employer have to give staff bank holidays off?

Published 18 July 2022
Let’s face it we all like a break from work and bank holiday is the perfect time to have one - but are all employees entitled to have that time off? For many workers, the idea of a long weekend cr...

Can I be made redundant while I am pregnant?

Published 11 July 2022
For an expectant working mother it can be a time of great uncertainty and fearing you may be made redundant is an added worry you certainly do not need at that time. You must not be selected for r...

What does it mean if you have not signed an employment contract?

Published 04 July 2022
If you are offered and accept a new job, the next step is that you will usually sign a contract - but what happens if you do not put pen to paper? An employment contract, or ‘contract of employmen...