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6 Apr 2021

Do I have a right to interim payment?

In our week two blog in this payment series we provided a glossary of commonly used terms in the payment process which we hope will be of use for you...
Blog by
Sandra Cassels
1 Apr 2021

The future of Shared Parental Leave - time for an update?

Sarah Gilzean talks to Rachel Crasnow QC about what the future may hold for Shared Parental Leave, the impact of recent case law and the case for...
Podcast by
Sarah Gilzean
1 Apr 2021

Companies House : filing deadlines return to normal

An automatic extension was introduced for some companies under the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (the "Act") for certain filing...
Blog by
Kirsty McBirnie
31 Mar 2021

Unfair dismissal

Where an employer dismisses an employee without good reason and/or without following an appropriate process, the employee can potentially raise an...
Factsheet by
Innes Clark
31 Mar 2021

Senior executive severance arrangements and dismissals

Over the years I have advised a very wide variety of senior executives in respect of their severance arrangements following on from the executive...
Blog by
Innes Clark
31 Mar 2021

A guide to employment law in Scotland, England & Wales

The following is a brief guide to employment law in Scotland, England & Wales. This states the legal position as of 6 April 2021.
Factsheet by
Innes Clark
31 Mar 2021

Employment tribunal awards

A Claimant (the person who brings the claim, i.e. the employee or worker) is successful in his or her claim, the Employment Judge has the power to...
Factsheet by
Innes Clark
31 Mar 2021

Discrimination compensation - injury to feelings awards

In July 2015 I published a blog on the annual survey of discrimination awards produced by the Equal Opportunities Review (EOR). Unfortunately the EOR...
Blog by
Innes Clark
31 Mar 2021

Redundancy

Employers may require to consider the possibility of redundancies either to reduce costs or to achieve an organisational structure that meets their...
Factsheet by
Innes Clark
31 Mar 2021

What family friendly employment rights are employees entitled to?

Starting a family is generally a very exciting time in a person's life. However, it can also be daunting particularly when you are trying to juggle...
Article by
Innes Clark
31 Mar 2021

Equity Investment - Working Together

This is the first in a series of blogs about equity investment. In this introductory blog I will discuss the purpose and motivation for investment...
Blog by
Stephen Clark
30 Mar 2021

Employment law changes - April 2021

April is always a busy month for employment law - we highlight the key changes taking place this month
Blog by
Innes Clark
30 Mar 2021

International Parental Child Abduction - Review of 2020

In this article I am going to provide a summary of the highlights from the international parental child abduction cases that took place in 2020 where...
Article by
Marisa Cullen
Source: Greens
30 Mar 2021

Payment provisions

If your contract is a construction contract it should contain the provisions required by the Act. If it does not, whether in whole or part, then the...
Blog by
Hayley Swanson
29 Mar 2021

Employment Law Fact Card 2021/22

Our 2021/22 Employment Law Fact Card is now available. Our Fact Card is full of useful information for employers including disciplinary and...
Factsheet by
Innes Clark
29 Mar 2021

If at first you don't succeed try, try again

In January I wrote a blog about business development (BD) during lockdown. I don't claim to be an expert on BD, either during lockdown or otherwise...
Blog by
Austin Flynn
26 Mar 2021

What else is happening in employment law? - April 2021

We look at what is happening in employment law away from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Blog by
Carrie Mitchell
26 Mar 2021

April Employment Law COVID-19 Round up

Our monthly round up of the COVID-19 news you may have missed
Blog by
Innes Clark
26 Mar 2021

Checking Right to Work after Brexit

Since the turn of the year, one of the most common questions I’m asked by clients is “Can we still hire people from the EU?” This isn’t surprising as...
Blog by
Stuart McWilliams

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