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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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Bribery - what you should know?

Given the recent news that an employee of the Royal Household is being sent to jail for taking bribes and several football managers have...

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Tattoos At Work - Acceptable or Not?

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, with some loving tattoos and believing that they are a work of art and others despising them. But...

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unknownx500 Marina Setti

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Zero Hours: no change?

The Office of National Statistics has published new estimates on the use of zero hours contracts.  The figures are startling - with over...

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