Furlough New Government Guidance

Nearly three quarters (71.7 per cent) of organisations are now using or are planning to...

Careers: What’s it like being an employment lawyer?

From the gig economy to the #MeToo campaign, employment law is rarely out of the news. But...

Dos and Don’ts of Restrictive Covenants in employment contracts

Restrictive covenants in employment contracts can prevent an employee from competing with an ex-employer after they have...

What to do when an employee is pregnant

Over a third of employers believe that during the recruitment process it's reasonable to ask women about...

EAT confirms Addison Lee drivers are entitled to workers’ rights

Taxi drivers with Addison Lee are legally entitled to the national minimum wage and holiday pay rights,...

How you can fit 10,000 steps into the working day

Have you ditched the boardroom in favour of striding the streets during meetings, or are you writing...

Employees in asset sales – do they stay or do they go?

Buyers often assume that by buying the assets of a business, they can take the best bits...

TUPE and contractual bonuses

Q: We’ve inherited employees under TUPE that had a contractual bonus linked to the transferor’s profits. Any...

The sober truth: how employers can best manage older workers who drink heavily

It is a commonly held assumption that the heaviest drinkers in today’s workforce are those at the...

EAT confirms Addison Lee drivers are entitled to workers’ rights

Taxi drivers with Addison Lee are legally entitled to the national minimum wage and holiday pay rights,...

Holiday Pay Update: British Gas Lose Appeal In Commission Case In Court of Appeal

British Gas has today lost a high profile case in the Court of Appeal which could result...

Brexit and EU National Immigration – What do we now know?

As the news breaks that Theresa May will trigger article 50 on Wednesday 29 March to kick-start...

What is bumping?

When is "bumping" an unfair dismissal? Beth Bearder, an Associate at Flint Bishop LLP considers what employers...

How to create a culture of kindness (and reduce discrimination claims) at work

As an employment lawyer, I have spent my most of my career advising clients how best to...

TUPE: Taking the commercial view

When it comes to TUPE, it makes sense to take a pragmatic, commercial view, says Dominic Holmes, Partner,...

Mental health first aiders: an employment lawyers view

As we start Mental Health Awareness week, Elizabeth Judson, Associate and Head of Employment at Jolliffe &...