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When should you use settlement agreements?

A settlement agreement is a signed agreement that the employee will not pursue any sort of claim against the employers. These claims can include: –       Unfair dismissal –       Discrimination –       Unlawful deduction of wages –       Breach of contract Settlement agreements are best used […]

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Surviving an Employment Tribunal

          An employment tribunal is an independent body, which is there to resolve dispute between an employee and their employer. Why would an employee go to tribunal: they feel they want further resolution on an employment matter. What should you do – here are some tips to prepare you. If you […]

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Will SME’s be able to avoid TUPE?

Last week we blogged about the expansion of the Red Tape Regulation freeze, this now covers SME’s with less than 50 employees. Now under the Employment Law overhaul it is expected that TUPE regulations will be included under this “freeze”. Under current regulations, if a business if bought over, all the employees are protected under […]

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Our 5 Simple Tips on Compromise Agreements

What are Compromise Agreements? A compromise agreement is a contract between employer and employee. The employee receives a compensatory payment in exchange for giving up their employment rights to make a claim to tribunal.   Five key things to remember when dealing with a Compromise Agreements. Entering negotiation – treat this as a grown up conversation. […]

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Legal Implications of Social Media

Recruitment: As nearly everyone has some kind of social media page, it is easy for employers to find out a bit more about potential employees before even considering them for interview. Remember just because the information is out there, it doesn’t mean you can use it to discriminate against a potential employee. Discrimination against applicants […]

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