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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Employment law is truly dynamic and ever evolving. Employment issues go to the very heart of every organisation and are often highly sensitive.
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Expanding discrimination: Employers beware The European Court has handed down a judgment that is going to have a major impact on the concept of indirect discrimination in the UK, and reminds us all how small the world has become. To summarise, indirect discrimination is the concept of an employer applying a criteria to all equally,… Read more>>
Does your business sell to consumers (i.e. those ordinary folk who buy goods, services or digital content for themselves and not behalf of the company that they work for)? If it does, then 01 October 2015 will see the coming into force of the new Consumer Rights Act 2015. This is one of the most… Read more>>
Those readers who use agency workers will be aware that those workers must have access to information about job vacancies within the organisation from day one of their assignment. The EAT has confirmed though that this does not equate to a right to apply for all posts or to receive preference over permanent employees. In… Read more>>