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Dismissing employees with less than two years’ service: what are the risks?

United Kingdom - October 15 2019 It is well understood that an employee requires at least two years’ continuous service before obtaining the statutory right not to be unfairly...

Thomas Cook collapse: what should we do about stranded employees?

United Kingdom - September 23 2019 The collapse of Thomas Cook announced officially this morning has left hundreds of thousands of holiday makers stranded across the world. What should...

Redundancy protection for new parents to be extended by six months

United Kingdom - September 11 2019 In late February we blogged (here) about the Government’s proposed reforms to redundancy protection for new mothers and expecting parents. The...

Covert recording in the smartphone era: What do employers need to consider?

United Kingdom - August 14 2019 In the age of the smartphone, making audio or video recordings is now as easy as two taps of a screen. Leave your phone in your pocket or handbag and...