Archive for the ‘family solicitor’ Category

UK Employment Law. Holidays & Sickness. Redundancy

Sunday, October 23rd, 2011

I found this article relating to Employment Law which I thought may be of interest. So here it is for you Redundancy Payments You may recall that in the budget earlier this year, Alistair Darling declared that to assist people being made redundant, the maximum week’s pay for the purposes of the statutory redundancy payment […]

Uk Employment Law Round Up: Disciplinary And More

Sunday, October 23rd, 2011

I found this article relating to Employment Law which I thought may be of interest. So here it is for you Don’t Sack Saker? In Sakar v West London Mental Health Trust the Court of Appeal has held that applying an informal misconduct procedure for minor offences, then subsequently dismissing for gross misconduct based on […]

Employment Law Update – Ensuring Punishment Fits the Crime

Friday, October 21st, 2011

I found this article relating to Employment Law which I thought may be of interest. So here it is for you A controversial decision at Eden Park last week has lead in many rugby supporters view to an unfair outcome. On Saturday Wales played the French side in the Rugby World Cup. 18 minutes into […]

Employment Law Absence – What Are Your Legal Rights?

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

I found this article relating to Employment Law which I thought may be of interest. So here it is for you Copyright (c) 2011 Robert Gray If you are having to take time off work due to illness you may be wondering about your rights and responsibilities during your time off sick. Are you entitled […]

Employment Law – Compromise Agreements

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

I found this article relating to Employment Law which I thought may be of interest. So here it is for you An employer that is brought before an Employment Tribunal on a claim of discrimination, unpaid redundancy payments or unfair dismissal can be a hugely embarrassing experience and can damage a company’s reputation. Which is […]

Hawaii Employment Law Basics: Protections of Victims Leave Act Triggered More Often in a Tough Economy

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

I found this article relating to Employment Law which I thought may be of interest. So here it is for you It is hard to argue with studies concluding that there is a correlation between the increase in domestic violence being reported and the weak economy.  It is critical under these circumstances that Hawaii employers […]

Employment Law – An Overview

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

I found this article relating to Employment Law which I thought may be of interest. So here it is for you Prior to employing personnel it is important that the basic legal requirements are understood, to avoid problems in the future. Strict adherence to employment and discrimination law is paramount, to avoid litigation, but also […]

Employment Law – Employment Contracts

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

I found this article relating to Employment Law which I thought may be of interest. So here it is for you An employer will need to provide an employment contract or statement of terms within two months of the employees start date. The statement of terms is the absolute bare minimum requirement, as it does […]

Employment Law – What Is Unfair Dismissal?

Monday, October 17th, 2011

I found this article relating to Employment Law which I thought may be of interest. So here it is for you An unfair dismissal is when an employer’s reasons for terminating an employee’s employment contract, are different from the requirements under the Employment Rights Act 1996. If you feel as though your employer ended your […]

Employment Law – What Is Race Discrimination?

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

I found this article relating to Employment Law which I thought may be of interest. So here it is for you Race discrimination can also be classed as racism, the belief that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a certain race. Some racial groups may be denied rights or benefits, or receive preferential treatment. […]