Employment law

NHS Test and Trace: Workplace Guidance
The government has published new guidance for employers on its NHS Test and Trace service. The NHS Test and Trace…
Christmas Parties – The Legal Pitfalls – by Kerry Curd of WBW Solicitors
When that time of year rolls around again and you need to start planning the office Christmas party, it’s understandable…
Beware the pitfalls of deducting employees’ pay – by Kerry Curd of WBW Solicitors
Employers often get caught out by thinking that they can simply deduct money from an employee’s next pay packet if…
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There’s one thing sure to change in Britain at the end of October – no, not us leaving the EU…
Conflict between business partners
Every business that employs staff will naturally aim to encourage a strong team spirit and professionalism within their organisation. However,…
employ,ment tribunal document
Pursuing an employment tribunal claim is daunting even at the best of times but our expert employment solicitors can support…
Rise in the National Minimum Wage – What you need to know
Businesses owners and employers should be aware that new and increased National Minimum Wage (NMW) and National Living Wage (NLW)…
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With the uncertainty that 2019 is set to bring and Employment Tribunal claims being at a 5 year high, there…
Business and Uncertainty – Time to Futureproof Your Business
As we move reluctantly into a period of uncertainty (let’s not mention the B word), where even largescale corporate companies…
Where do I stand if the business I work for is about to be sold?
When the business that employs you and enables you to pay the bills goes up for sale, the question every…