Founder of Sherbornes Employment Lawyers
Associate Solicitor, Specialising in
Head of Corporate and Commercial Services
Widely acclaimed specialists in all aspects of employment law.
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Few could have missed the introduction of this today. The new rate for workers of 25 years or older is £7.20. Workers 24 years or less still qualify for the minimum wage. There are serious consequences of non compliance. There is a task force set up to police the rates and check up on employers.… Read more>>
The Appeal Tribunal has ruled that where an employee pretends to be more sick than they really are (Malingering) then it is an issue of misconduct and not capability. The Tribunal went on to say that if an employee is caught out doing this, it may be a case of gross misconduct being a fundamental… Read more>>
Holiday calculation when part timers change hours The European Court has ruled on the sticky question of what holiday someone is entitled to, when they accrue the holiday on part time hours, and then take the holiday when they have increased their hours? The answer is that there must be a clear line drawn between… Read more>>