How does the Employment Tribunal decision on Uber workers affect you?

How does the Employment Tribunal decision on Uber workers affect you?

November 2, 2016

Last week, as was widely reported in the news, the Employment Tribunal decided that Uber drivers were workers. Uber had claimed that the drivers were not its workers but that they were self-employed, in business on their own account.

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Managing employee misconduct

Managing employee misconduct

January 18, 2016

Managing disruptive or unruly employees should be done quickly and effectively to avoid potential disruption to your business and other employees. This means having documents and procedures in place, dealing with issues as they arise and following a proper procedure to avoid successful employment tribunal claims.

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Staying Legal In The Party Season

Staying Legal In The Party Season

December 1, 2014

Christmas is around the corner and all that comes with it. If you have to organize the company’s Christmas party you need to take lots of things into consideration. In this post Rafiya Shaikh shares a few guidelines for a succesful and enjoyable function.

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New Right For Expectant Fathers & Partners Of Pregnant Women

New Right For Expectant Fathers & Partners Of Pregnant Women

October 6, 2014

From 1 October 2014, expectant fathers and partners of pregnant women are entitled to unpaid time off work to attend two antenatal appointments. This new right to attend antenatal appointments is one of a number of changes to family friendly rights that the Government is introducing over the next few months, including the new right to shared parental leave and pay, which will feature in a future blog.

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