Redundancy – avoiding legal pitfalls when it comes to the crunch

POPCORN – a firm favourite of film fans and serial snackers. Much of the UK’s popcorn is currently produced

Can we talk? Why solicitors and their human touch are least at risk from robot technology 

WE would all admit that the advances in technology we have witnessed over the past few decades have been fantastic. These innovations have changed the way we live, making our working lives easier and everything quicker. In particular, it has changed the way we communicate with each other. These days we use email and text messages to communicate, and with mobile phones we are always able to keep in touch no matter where we are. It is

Get ready for changes to sick pay and redundancy pay rates

APRIL traditionally heralds the start of a new financial year – and with it a raft of employment law

Changes to the immigration rule post-Brexit: What it means for employers

As Brexit looms ever closer, there is a raft of implications for the workforce that employers in various business

Employment law changes in 2018 – and a sneak peek into what’s looming this year for employers and employees

FOR both employers and employees, there was a raft of changes to the world of employment law during 2018.

Banking on a good redundancy package? Don’t bet on it without a settlement agreement

THE importance of employees securing a good settlement agreement from their employers when facing redundancy has again come to

Jaguar Land Rover job losses highlight the importance of steering the right course in employment law

THE announcement of up to 5,000 job losses at car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover is a body blow to

Right on time! Supporting Yorkshire’s hard-hit SMEs in fighting back over late payers

NEW research published this week found that Yorkshire’s Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) were the UK’s worst-off in what