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Five Things Civil Litigation Solicitors Can Help You With By: Jeremy Mond | Sep 4th 2012 – The legal world is one that is very difficult to understand unless you have spent three years studying it at university. Tags: How Useful Are Online Conveyancing Services? By: Amy | Jul 2nd 2012 – Following the legal services act of 2011 it is now possible for non-lawyers to own their own law firm, the act was passed with the hope that it would allow for an extensive framework Tags: Can My Contract Be Terminated On The Basis That I Have Taken Too Much Sick Leave? By: Robert Gray | May 25th 2012 – Will I Be Sacked If I Take Too Much Sick Leave? Tags: Are You Entitled To Take Paid Time Off To Attend Job Interviews? By: Robert Gray | May 25th 2012 – How Do I Go About Attending Job Interviews For A New Firm Whilst I Am Still In Employment With My Previous Firm? Tags: Choosing The Right Solicitor For Your Employment Law Matter By: Robert Gray | Apr 6th 2012 – With the vast number of lawyers out there – all competing for new clients and new business in a struggling climate – how do you know which lawyer will be best suited to your needs and will do the very best job of getting you the desired results? Tags: Does Your Employer Have Any Additional Obligations Once You Have Informed Them You Are Pregnant? By: Robert Gray | Mar 31st 2012 – Discovering you are pregnant can be one of the most exciting times of your life and will lead to many changes ahead. Whilst many women choose to wait until after their first trimester before announcing their pregnancy to friends and family members, you may be feeling unsure about when to tell your employer your news. Tags: Garden Leave – What Is It And How Does It Affect You? By: Robert Gray | Mar 24th 2012 – Garden leave is the term used to refer to somebody who is serving out their notice period away from the office whilst still employed by their company and receiving full pay and benefits. Tags: Can You Go Through An Application Process And Attend An Interview If You Know That You Are Pregnant? By: Robert Gray | Mar 4th 2012 – As an employee who discovers they are pregnant you have several rights and obligations in law regarding when to tell your employer about your pregnancy, entitlement to time off work, and entitlement to maternity pay. Tags: Are You Entitled To Be Paid If You Cannot Get Into Work Because Of Adverse Weather Conditions By: Robert Gray | Jan 14th 2012 – If you cannot get into work – for one reason or another – due to adverse weather conditions (for example snow, ice, flooding or storms) you are not automatically entitled to be paid. Tags: Am I Entitled To Take A Career Break? By: Robert Gray | Jan 2nd 2012 – A career break is generally a prolonged, unpaid period away from the workplace – for several months or even several years – and is taken for many different reasons. Tags: Social Networking In The Workplace By: Robert Gray | Dec 17th 2011 – Social Networking In The Workplace – The last few years have seen an increase in the amount of ‘social networking’ that takes place as the likes of My Space, Facebook and Twitter become the virtual hub of activity for millions of people across the UK, and indeed the world. Tags: Pensions: The New Auto-enrolment Rules And What They Mean For Workers By: Robert Gray | Dec 4th 2011 – Under current group pension rules, all UK employers that offer a pension scheme do so on an ‘opt in’ basis, meaning that workers must pro-actively decide to join the scheme and apply to do so. Tags: Are You Entitled To Take Time Off Work On Bank Holidays And Public Holidays? By: Robert Gray | Dec 4th 2011 – Are You Entitled To Take Time Off Work On Bank Holidays And Public Holidays? Many workers believe, incorrectly, that they are automatically entitled to take paid time off work on bank holidays and public holidays Tags: Wrongful Dismissal By: Robert Gray | Nov 22nd 2011 – When starting a new job, or a new role within the company you already work for, the last thing on your mind is the prospect of being dismissed from your position of employment. Tags: Mediation In The Workplace – What Is It And How Can It Help You? By: Robert Gray | Nov 20th 2011 – Disputes at work are common place and can arise for a variety of reasons. As with all kinds of disputes in life a resolution as quickly as possible is always the desired outcome, but it is not always easy to know how to go about achieving this resolution. Tags: Constructive Dismissal – Are You Entitled To Make A Claim? By: Robert Gray | Nov 15th 2011 – Constructive Dismissal – are you entitled to make a claim? Tags: The Five Most Common Reasons That Employees Are Signed Off Work By Their Doctor By: Robert Gray | Nov 4th 2011 – Every year, thousands of employees visit their doctor complaining of both physical and mental ailments with the result that they are signed off work for a period of days, weeks or even months. Often these reasons are entirely genuine, however, in some instances it is questionable whether time off work is really the answer. Tags: The Bribery Act 2010 – What Is It And How Could It Affect Your Business? By: Robert Gray | Nov 1st 2011 – The Bribery Act 2010 came into force on 1st July 2011. The Act is wide ranging and covers both the public and private sectors. This article looks at the four new criminal offences that are covered by the Act as well as looking at the consequences of finding yourself charged and convicted with one of these new offences. Tags: Absence Due To Sickness: What Is A Fit Note? By: Robert Gray | Oct 11th 2011 – On 6th April 2010 the ‘fit note’ (or ‘Statement of Fitness for Work’) replaced the old ‘sick note’. This article looks at what the fit note is and how it can benefit both employees and employers. Tags: What You Can Claim For After Signing An Employment Compromise Agreement By: Tim Bishop | Aug 30th 2011 – Whilst you are giving up rights to pursue an employment issue when you sign an employment compromise agreement there are some cases where you may still be able to pursue a claim. Tags: Your Rights, Entitlements And Obligations As An Agency Worker By: Robert Gray | Aug 28th 2011 – As an agency worker you are considered to be just that – i.e. a ‘worker’ rather than an employee. You may however be confused by what differentiates you as a worker rather than an employee and you may be wondering what benefits and rights you are entitled to as a worker. Tags: Why You Need To Seek Legal Advice Before Signing An Employment Compromise Agreement By: Tim Bishop | Aug 13th 2011 – Seeking legal advice is an important factor when presented with an employment compromise agreement, and this is something that is required to make the agreement legally binding. Tags: What Is The Role Of A Trade Union? By: Robert Gray | Jul 23rd 2011 – Most people have heard of trade unions, especially when they appear in the news in connection with teachers’ strikes and such matters, but quite often people do not fully understand the purpose of a trade union, who they represent, and the possible benefits of belonging to a trade union. Tags: Compromise Agreements By: Gary Storer | Jul 7th 2011 – If you have been released from your employment and have subsequently been asked to sign a Compromise Agreement, you need to seek professional advice. Tags: Rest Breaks In The Workplace – Are You Getting What You Are Entitled To? By: Robert Gray | Jun 24th 2011 – These days taking a rest or a break from work can often seem like a luxury, however, the Working Time Regulations set out minimum requirements stipulating exactly what amount of ‘rest’ employees are entitled to. Tags: Things To Consider If You Are Thinking Of Handing In Your Notice Or If Given Notice By Your Employer By: Robert Gray | Jun 13th 2011 – Leaving your position of employment, whether through your own choice or through the decision of your employer, can often be a daunting time. Tags: Know What You Cannot Do After You Sign An Employment Compromise Agreement? By: Tim Bishop | May 23rd 2011 – It is important that, if you sign an employment compromise agreement, you know exactly what you can and cannot do under the terms of the agreement, which become legally binding Tags: Employment Law Absence – What Are Your Legal Rights? By: Robert Gray | Jan 13th 2011 – If you are having time off work due to sickness, what are your legal rights? Tags: Whistleblower Protection – Spilling The Health And Safety Beans! By: Robert Gray | Jan 6th 2011 – If you have concerns over your company’s health and safety procedures what protection do you have if you decide to be a whistleblower? Tags: Do You Need The Services Of An Employment Lawyer? By: Robert Gray | Nov 19th 2010 – When and why would you need the services of an employment lawyer? Tags: Stress In The Workplace – A Guide For Employers By: Robert Gray | Oct 26th 2010 – If you are an employer of staff, what do you do if any of your employees suddenlty start citing stress at work as the cause of their illness or absence? Tags: Compromise Agreements – Are You Leaving Your Job? By: Tim Bishop | Sep 6th 2010 – Termination of your employment can mean a wide open gap is left for both employer and employee. This may be unfair to both sides and leave a sense of vulnerability. Get legal advice on agreeing a compromise. Tags: Are You Liable To Tax On The Termination Package Offered In Your Compromise Agreement? By: Graham Cardona | Sep 3rd 2010 – Since most compromise agreements contain an indemnity clause placing the burden on the employee to pay any tax on any gross payments received under settlement terms contained in a compromise agreement, it should be an important consideration for every employee. Tags: Staff Retention Strategies – What Can You Do To Retain Your Staff? By: Nick Jervis | Jul 10th 2010 – What action can you take to keep your staff and save the recruitment costs of replacing them? Tags: Facing A Civil Service Redundancy? By: Nick Jervis | Jun 23rd 2010 – Are you facing a civil service redundancy? What should you do about it? Read on to find out more. Tags: Should You Make An Unfair Dismissal Claim? By: Nick Jervis | May 28th 2010 – Do you think you have been unfairly dismissed? What are the grounds for an unfair dismissal claim? Tags: Should You Sign An Employment Compromise Agreement? By: Nick Jervis | May 27th 2010 – Should you sign an Employment Compromise Agreement? What are the consequences if you do? Tags: 相关的主题文章: