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We always address any employment issue as an individual set of circumstances, specific to our client. A substantial part of our employment law practice comes from clients’ recommendations. We believe this speaks volumes about our performance and the level of client satisfaction. Our aim is to enable our clients to deal with their increasingly complex human resources issues efficiently and effectively. We achieve this goal through our team of specialist employment lawyers who take pride in their expertise. Our articles are for general information and interest only and should not be relied upon as providing specific legal advice. If you require any further information about the issues raised in this article please contact the author or call +44 (0)207 404 0606 and ask to speak to your usual Goodman Derrick contact.

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MOJ publishes Tribunal statistics

The Ministry of Justice has published the Tribunal statistics for January to March 2016.

During this period, there were 5,100 Employment...

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Would you allow unlimited maternity leave?

As the law currently stands, a woman who has given birth is entitled to take up to 52 weeks of maternity leave. This right applies...

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More pay but less benefits...

It has been reported that Marks & Spencer has increased basic pay for its shop-floor workers but has offset this increased wage bill by...

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What Not To Ask At An Interview

The case below is a good reminder to employers of what not to ask in an interview situation. 

The interviewer persistently questioned Ms...

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Gender Pay Reporting "Most Important" Issue

A recent report has revealed that more than half of employers consider the new Gender Pay Reporting obligations to be the 'most...

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Sliding stress-free into work...

Employers have a duty to look after the health, safety and welfare of their employees and with workplace stress being a common issue in...

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Age Discrimination and the Living Wage

The National Living Wage rate of £7.20 has been in place since 1 April this year and is payable to workers who are aged 25 or over. Since...

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Work breaks or burn-out?

Are employers on top of whether their workers are taking sufficient breaks?  It appears not from the results of a survey by the National...

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Enhancing shared parental pay

Many employers offer their female staff full pay during their maternity leave, rather than the statutory minimum.  There is an argument...

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Stop... thief! Don't let employees take your company records

An employee who took company records with him when he left his job was fined for committing a criminal offence under data protection...

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Can I have time off work to watch the football please?

Ask many people where they want to be at 2pm on Thursday 16 June and they will reply "in front of the telly". With England v Wales...

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