Employment Law Solicitors Leicester, Market Harborough And Uk Articles
From Covid-19 safety to sex discrimination, from Cabinet Minister bullying to whistleblowing – March’s stand-out employment law cases are a revealing reflection of human relations and interaction in the workplace…are you up to speed on the latest employment law?
The recent Supreme Court case considered whether care workers who sleep over in their place of work are entitled to National Minimum Wage for their hours asleep - a sleeping wage. This case looked at whether 'sleep-in shift time' was in fact 'working time' and eligible for pay...
Today is International Women's Day, and the Government (Health Minister Matt Hancock) has launched a review of the UK's health and care system for women, starting with a 12-week consultation and survey
Legal employment expert and fellow Endometriosis sufferer, Carrie-Ann Randall at Lawson-West Solicitors, raises the awareness of Endometriosis in the workplace.
Lawyer Carrie-Ann on BBC Leicester Radio about Endometriosis
Mental health concerns, Coronavirus and ways to help
What's your coping strategy for working from home? There are ways to improve your sense of control and motivation. Find out more...
Did you know there are several ways of making people redundant? And not all employers get it right. Vaishali Thakerar, Head of Employment at Lawson-West Solicitors explores the criteria employers should apply in making redundancies...
If your employment contract has been terminated...you might have been unfairly dismissed. What can you do about it?
Court of Appeal Case - Lawson West acted in the recent case of Irwell Insurance v Watson - where an employee tried to bring a claim against an insolvent employer
We expose the Top 10 most common Myths about Redundancy
Findings and Report on Coronavirus in the workplace, from the views and perspectives of employees. Not to be missed. See our full report and statistics.
The employee discusses all angles of their employment issue with the Citizens Advice volunteer or member of staff at the initial stage, they then determine if additional expertise is needed from a solicitor. Find out the process and how it all works here...
Since the Home Secretary, Priti Patel, faced a government inquiry into her actions at the Home Office for bullying her co-workers, there’s a spotlight on workplace bullying, but what is bullying and how does it occur?