Department: Employment Law
What is redundancy?
Redundancy happens when a business needs to let go of staff who are no longer required. Find out more here...Employment Contracts
Should a settlement agreement be confidential?
Most employers will want to keep the terms of a settlement agreement confidential. Find out more here...Employment Contracts
Should I seek legal advice before signing a settlement agreement?
In this article we explore certain conditions of a settlement agreement and why it is important to seek advice.Employment Contracts
What should be included in a settlement agreement?
A settlement agreement is a legally binding contract used to settle disputes between an employer and employee. Find out more...Employment Contracts
What is a settlement agreement and when are they used?
Settlement agreements are legal contracts used by employers to settle disputes or avoid lengthy contractual processes.Commercial Property
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 2022 the national living and minimum wage increased to £9.50/hour for people aged 23 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.