Tag Archives: Employment disputes

It’s a family affair

When you look at global giants like Nike, Facebook or Samsung, you probably don’t see them as family firms, but they are[1]. Maybe it’s one of the reasons they’ve done…

Employees communications

Is Monitoring Employee Communications Acceptable?

When employees first start with a company, many will be issued with a company handbook. This tends to outline the do’s and dont’s of their employer, and usually includes guidelines…

Employment Law Tribunal

Employment Tribunals Online Data Base

Whilst many companies may have faced existing or former employees in court during an Employment Tribunal, it has rarely been made so easy for members of the public to find…

trade credit

Pay protection is a reasonable adjustment for disabled employee

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has upheld an earlier employment tribunal ruling regarding a business and a disabled employee. The tribunal ruled that it was required, as a reasonable adjustment,…

Directors Face Unexpected Costs

Directors need to think about more than money; they also need to create a professional, safe and fair working environment for their staff. However, with so many rules in place,…

Early Conciliation – A new Mandatory Procedure

The Government has imposed a new legal requirement on those who wish to bring a claim at the Employment Tribunal to contact the Advisory Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) to…