Redundancy Pools of Labour

If an employer is proposing to make an employee redundant, they must first consider the right group of people for redundancy, then choose people from that group in a fair way using an appropriate selection criteria. This general rule applies to all employees, even...

Unfair Reasons for Redundancy

Did you know that a redundancy is potentially unfair if you’re chosen (at least partly) for certain reasons including (a) asking for one of your statutory rights at work (b) took action about health and safety (c) are a whistleblower or (d) work part-time or are...

Types of Employment Status

Your “employment status” is your legal status at work and it really matters because it affects what employment rights you’re entitled to and what can be expected of you. There are 3 main types (a) Worker (b) Employee or (c) Self-employed. It’s...

Partnering with Outset CIC

We are absolutely delighted to have been invited by Outset CIC to present an online employment law seminar for start-ups on Tues 9 November designed to help them in their quest to create sustainable new jobs and businesses across the UK every day. Please get in touch...

Adverse Weather Conditions Policy

If your business doesn’t already have one, then now is definitely the right time to be thinking about drafting and putting in place an Adverse Weather Conditions Policy for the inevitable upcoming Winter travel disruption. Contact us if you need help or...
Going Places

Going Places

We just love working with clients who are really “going places” and it was so great to see one even manage to get their juicy products into a major UK retailer this week. If you are a small acorn looking to become a large oak tree 🌳 , then get in touch with us as we...