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Have you been presented with a settlement agreement? 22 August 2018 by Neemah Ahamed

Through a Settlement Agreement, you receive a termination payment in exchange for waiving…

Starbucks worker brings claim for work carried out after he had clocked out 13 August 2018 by Neemah Ahamed

A Starbucks worker has successfully argued he was entitled to be paid for…

Art history experts bring legal action against the National Gallery 20 July 2018 by Neemah Ahamed

A group of 27 art history experts who have been working part-time at…

The Pimlico ruling and the gig economy 14 June 2018 by Neemah Ahamed

The Supreme Court have rejected a landmark appeal by Pimlico Plumbers over the…

Employment Tribunal Fees Regime Ruled Unlawful 26 July 2017 by Lawrence Adams

Today, 26 July 2017, the Supreme Court (the highest appellate Court in the…

What is Pension Auto Enrolment? 23 November 2016 by Leah Groves

Head of Healthcare Leah Groves has an in-depth understanding of the niche professional…

Employee or Worker… or Self-Employed? 18 November 2016 by Lawrence Adams

A piece of investigative journalism carried out by the BBC has shed light…

Landmark ruling classifies Uber drivers as workers 4 November 2016 by Neemah Ahamed

The basic rights that workers are entitled to have been under scrutiny in…

Generations in the workplace 10 October 2016 by Ellen Petersen

I recently read a piece about the generations in the workplace – you…

Brexit and its possible impact on employment law 18 July 2016 by Neemah Ahamed

Despite the UK’s vote to leave the EU, it will remain a member…

The Next Iron Lady and the ‘Gender Divide’ 18 July 2016 by Lauren Hancock

With the appointment of the UK’s second ever female Prime Minister dominating headlines…

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