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High Heels, Crucifixes and Tattoos - Do you Know Your Dress Code Duties, as an Employer?

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Legal cases involving dress codes at work – whether they are about high heels, religious-themed jewellery or tattoos - always grab headlines, and they can leave some employers feeling embattled and nervy. The Government has just issued guidance for...

Ask the Legal Expert: Advice on making redundancies

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Associate Employment Solicitor and HR Professional at JCP Solicitors,Sophie Ray, advises a farmer on making redundancies. I plan to move out of dairy farming so, regrettably, I have to make my herdsman redundant. He’s lived in a...

Will Pimlico Plumbers Case Put a Spanner in the Works for Employers?

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Self-employment and the gig economy has never been a hotter topic within employment circles, and since our way of working is becoming less traditional, there is a feeling that the established employment models are being scrutinised and tested. The Pimlico...

Tribunal Finds In Favour of Oakwood Park in Employment Dispute

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An employment tribunal judge has found that Oakwood Leisure Ltd/Deep Sea Leisure Plc acted lawfully when it deducted from an employee’s final salary, the costs incurred as a result of his leaving the company without giving his full contractual...