May 11, 2018

Employment Update Spring 2018

Editorial After immersing myself in employment and GDPR issues over the winter it’s great to have lighter evenings and to look at the long view. In our winter edition I promised you some further thoughts on GDPR. It’s a complicated subject and so I am posting a number of specific articles on our web site […]

May 4, 2014

Employment Newsletter Spring 2014

Spring is coming As usual there are masses of new things to say about Employment Law and I can only hope to mention a few. If there is anything else you want to know about just give me a call, I am always happy to chat. For now here are my top points for Spring […]

September 4, 2013

Employment Newsletter Highlights Autumn 2013

Time goes very quickly Well after some lovely summer weather and something of an Indian Summer autumn is finally here.  One piece of news is our new look web site so please drop by and see what you think. On the employment law front there are been some considerable changes over the last few months. […]

May 4, 2013

Employment Newsletter Highlights Spring 2013

Spring just around the corner  The weather doesn’t seem to have changed much over the last 6 months. It has been cold and either snowing or raining most of the time. Maybe that’s kept the government indoors tinkering with bits of legislation. Whatever the reason the last 6 months have seen a lot of new […]

September 4, 2012

Employment Newsletter Highlights Autumn 2012

Sick of Holidays  As usual just as the holiday period comes to an end there are further cases about taking holiday and sick pay. If you remember this time last year I wrote about the case of Mrs Larson who was unfortunate enough to be off ill and couldn’t take her holiday in her employer’s […]

May 4, 2012

Employment Newsletter Highlights Spring 2012

It’s no longer unfair; all swing. Well it’s back. The two year qualifying period for protection from unfair dismissal was last in force between 1985 and 1999. Therefore a lot of employers and employees will have never been faced with this situation. First everyone needs to remember at it only applies to employees taken on […]

December 4, 2011

Employment Newsletter Highlights Winter 2011

When is a self employed person really an employee? This is an issue that gets raised time and time again. The number of businesses which claim they have no employees is legion. However many of their self employed consultants, sub contractors and experts are really employees. A recent case has looked at the issue yet […]

September 4, 2010

Employment Newsletter Highlights Autumn 2010

New Services First we are delighted to have formed an association with Nigel Clarke solicitor of Canterbury Law. Nigel, also based in Charing, is an expert in divorce and children related matters and is an Accredited Family Mediator, Nigel is also skilled in personal and medical injury cases. Like us Nigel very much believes in […]

May 4, 2010

Employment Newsletter Highlights Spring 2010

With spring finally here and a new government in place employers may be looking to take on more staff. So it is a good time to have a quick look at some employment law cases. I like to provide reviews on subjects that have a practical relevance for many SMEs and to share thoughts about […]

September 4, 2009

Employment Newsletter Highlights Autumn 2009

  All Change Welcome back after a long hot summer! The weather of course has been better since the children went back to school. I have also been back in the classroom for more updating lectures on changes in employment law and giving talks to others on the subject. It is always interesting to pass […]