Department: Employment Law
Why is it necessary to provide ID and proof of funds when instructing a solicitor?
Providing ID and proof of funds is a requirement of The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017.Employment Law
How much is the national minimum wage?
On 1 April 2019 the national living and minimum wage increased to £8.21/hour for people aged 25 years and older.Employment Law
Can an employee bring a claim for backdated holiday pay?
Yes, an employee can bring a claim for backdated holiday pay.Employment Law
Should overtime payments be included in holiday pay?
In 2014 the Employment Appeals Tribunal ruled that overtime payments should be included in employee holiday pay when calculating 'normal pay'.Employment Law
What do I do if I am offered a settlement agreement?
Get good legal advice. Without independent legal advice, the agreement will not actually be binding.Brexit
How do I prepare my employees for ‘Brexit Day’?
As an employer, there are a number of things that you can do to prepare your workforce for Brexit.Brexit
What employment rights will be affected by Brexit?
The stance on post-Brexit rights remains that the UK will continue all current rights.Employment Law
What are the guidelines around discrimination during the recruitment process?
The Equality Act means that employers can't discriminate against people in the workplace or during the recruitment process.