With the General Election less than 10 days away, we’ve put the parties’ policies on employment law into one simple and easy-to-read article. We have outlined the key manifesto pledges for each party and identified some of the key trends that appear throughout.
A quick list of things To Do and Things To Avoid at this year's office Christmas Party
After Christmas, employees not only have to deal with a poor relationship on a personal level, they also have to come into work and continue to act professionally despite the emotional turmoil going on in their head.
Competing Protected Characteristics - transgender reassignment and the law - and what it means for employers and employees
– A Timeline of Sexism and Equality.
Employment lawyer Carrie-Ann Randall shares her research into the main Acts of law that have brought us closer to Equality in the UK and within the legal profession.
The workplace can be rife with these due to differing opinions and it can be a tricky celebration to negotiate with employees. Halloween divides people’s opinions, for some it is an important festival to be celebrated whilst others find it offensive.
Lawyer Carrie-Ann interviewed on BBC Leicester Radio about Endometriosis
World Mental Health Day: stress in the workplace now a commonplace occurrence
Carrie-Ann Randall adds to the debate on Endometriosis
Legal employment expert and fellow Endometriosis sufferer, Carrie-Ann Randall at Lawson-West Solicitors, raises the awareness of Endometriosis in the workplace.
The demise of Thomas Cook makes us all fearful about our own employers and their viability
Lawson-West sponsors Women in Business Awards 2019
Set to come into force on 6th April 2020, HMRC have released a raft of updated changes to the Off-Payroll Working rules and, in this article, we explore what these changes are and the affect they will have on businesses.