Employment law for employees

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Redundancy & Related Issues

By |2021-01-15T15:53:47+00:00January 15th, 2021|Categories: Business for the Self Employed, Employment Issues (Business), Employment Issues (Personal), Employment Law for Business, Employment law for employees, For Individuals, Front Page Publication, News, Redundancy, Your Rights in the Work Place|Tags: |

Redundancy & Related Issues - A Timely Reminder Employers | Employees Needless to say, the current COVID restrictions are imposing huge demands and strains on businesses and many are reluctantly having to consider cost cutting, including job losses. Written by Chris Grimson | Advocate | Originally published 27 May 2020 Given the severity of the situation [...]

Workplace Distancing & Risk Assessment

By |2021-01-15T15:20:32+00:00June 1st, 2020|Categories: Business for the Self Employed, Employment Issues (Business), Employment Issues (Personal), Employment Law for Business, Employment law for employees, Front Page Publication, News, Your Rights in the Work Place|Tags: |

Workplace Distancing & Risk Assessment Staff | Customers | Clients At the time of writing an increasing number of businesses are considering the return of staff to their offices and the re-opening of their premises, with many staff having been working from home. Written by Chris Grimson | Advocate The obvious question for employers is, how [...]

Unseasonal Redundancies | Help is at hand

By |2021-01-19T10:07:47+00:00December 17th, 2019|Categories: Employment Issues (Business), Employment Issues (Personal), Employment Law for Business, Employment law for employees|

Written by Chris Grimson | Advocate At odds with the festive season which most of us hope to enjoy at this time of year, local law firm MannBenham Advocates is reporting a marked increase in demand for advice and assistance from company directors, senior management and staff following a sudden flurry of high-level redundancies and dismissals [...]

Blowing the Whistle and Personal Liability for Dismissal

By |2020-05-19T09:37:04+00:00June 10th, 2019|Categories: Banking and Finance, Commercial Contracts, Commercial Opinions, Compliance and Investigation, Due Diligence Investigations, Employment Issues (Business), Employment Law for Business, Employment law for employees, Front Page Publication, Leases (Business), Planning, Timeshare|

Under whistleblowing legislation, an employee cannot bring a detriment claim against his or her employer where the detriment amounts to dismissal. An employee can of course bring a claim relating to unfair dismissal on the ground of whistleblowing. This claim can only be brought against the employer and not against individuals. In International Petroleum Limited v [...]

Introduction | Whistle-Blowing

By |2020-05-19T09:43:46+00:00May 29th, 2019|Categories: Banking and Finance, Commercial Contracts, Commercial Opinions, Compliance and Investigation, Dispute Resolution, Due Diligence Investigations, Employment Issues (Business), Employment Law for Business, Employment law for employees, Front Page Publication, Leases (Business), News, Planning, Timeshare|

What is a whistleblower? A person who informs on a person or organisation who are preceived to be engaging in an unlawful or immoral activity. What does the legislation say is whistleblowing? You are a whistleblower if you are a worker and you report certain types of wrongdoing. The wrongdoing must be in the public interest [...]

Employment Update | June 2010

By |2021-01-20T17:54:17+00:00June 17th, 2010|Categories: Employment Issues (Personal), Employment Law for Business, Employment law for employees, News|

The importance and requirements of terms and conditions of an employment contract Carly Stratton| Head of Business & eGaming | Senior Advocate | Employment Update originally published on 17 June 2010 The relationship between an employer and an employee is based on an employment contact, which is founded on a set of agreed terms and conditions. [...]