Employment Articles

23rd April 2020

Employment Update – April 2020

April tends to be a watershed in the development of employment law in England and Wales. Leaving aside the enormous impact of these past Covid-19 impacted weeks, April 2020 has a number of employment related developments worthy of note.   Parental Bereavement As long ago as 2013 and 2014, there were calls for some kind […]Read More >


8th April 2020

Furlough – Getting it right

It is a great initiative for businesses but beware of misinformation There has been considerable attention given to the Chancellor’s assistance to employers in the current pandemic. Specifically, employers have been offered a grant where those employers adversely affected by the COVID-19 outbreak have had a downturn in work for their staff. The assistance available […]Read More >


18th September 2018

How Uber Is Transforming Employment Law in the UK

Putting it lightly, it has not been Uber’s year. With every breaking news story comes another crippling blow to the $70bn tech giant. The TFL announcement that they would not be renewing their license to operate in London, having its co-founder forced out as CEO in June and failing to disclose the hack that affected […]Read More >


22nd September 2017

The end of zero-hour contracts?

Zero-hours contracts or as some call them ‘hire and fire’ contracts, have been a hot topic of debate for years.Read More >


17th February 2017

Greater protection for self-employed contractors

There may be greater protection for thousands of independent contractors working as self-employed contractors following a recent decision of the Court of Appeal.Read More >


26th February 2016

A Quick Glance at the Year Ahead in Employment Law

A quick glance at the year ahead in Employment LawRead More >


6th January 2016

The Right to Monitor Employees Emails

The Right to Monitor Employees EmailsRead More >