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There are many free employment contracts on the internet. Why have a solicitor involved at extra cost? A good question to ask. As a firm of employment law solicitors, when Springhouse speaks to you about your contracts and staff handbooks … Read on
Hot on the heels of the decision in CitySprint that bicycle couriers were ‘workers’ entitled to holiday pay, and the decision in Uber regarding drivers, the Court of Appeal has affirmed in the case of Pimlico Plumbers Ltd v Mullins… Read on
There has been a lot in the press recently about ‘worker’ status for individuals providing services to the gig economy for example, the cases relating to drivers in Uber and the bicycle couriers in City Sprint and now, plumbers in… Read on
Are your employment contracts giving you the protection you need? Are they up to speed with the law and modern times? Here are our ‘Big 4’ reasons to check them now. 1. Are they legal? They can be illegal if… Read on
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has published a report dealing with employment status. This is timely, with the so-called ‘gig economy’ coming increasingly under the spotlight. The report recognises the difficulty employers face deciding whether the… Read on
The Ministry of Justice has launched its new website, where all Tribunal judgments will be published. There are already over 100 up on the site. The cases are searchable by the name of the parties, the date, judgments or the… Read on
The gender pay reporting legislation, requiring companies with 250 or more employees to publish data about their gender pay situation is expected to come into force in April 2017. We have previously reported on the contents of the draft regulations. … Read on
The government has finally published its report on Employment Tribunal fees. Many employment law solicitors and advisers believe it is disappointing in its terms. Despite the massive drop in Tribunal claims that (60%-70%) they government states that the objectives of… Read on
We report on a case where it was held not to be indirect discrimination on grounds of religion or belief for an employee to be refused holiday to attend religious festivals. Background The Claimant in this case, Mr Gareddu, claimed… Read on
The call of the Women and Equalities Committee for greater rights for new mothers and mothers to be is biting in its criticism of the current situation and wide ranging in its demands. In the report, the Committee condemns the… Read on