Category Archives for Employment Law

Employment Law Bulletin 11

Third Party Pressure This bulletin examines what employers should be doing if they are facing significant pressure from a third party to dismiss one of their employees.  This pressure could come from

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Employment Law Bulletin 10

Stress ClaimsFurther to our recent article on bullying in the workplace, this article focuses on the closely related topic of stress in the workplace and the actions that employers can take to defend themselves

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Employment Law Bulletin 9

BullyingAs a solicitor specialising in employment law, one of the most frequent complaints raised by employees is that they have been ‘bullied’.  Each person will have a different understanding

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Employment Law Update

Extension of the Furlough Scheme (CJRS)On Saturday 31st October the Prime Minister announced a further national lockdown in England to address the increasing rate of Covid-19 infections throughout the

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Employment Law Bulletin 8

Job Support SchemeWith the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (‘CJRS’) due to end on 31 October 2020, the Government has been facing increasing pressure to provide some alternatives or an extension to

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Employment Law Bulletin 7

Written Statement of Employment ParticularsWith everything else that has been happening over the last few months, it would be easy to forget the usual raft of employment law changes that come into force

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Parfitt Cresswell Weekly Employment Law Bulletin 6

Furlough Bonus Scheme and claiming back home working expensesFurlough Job Retention BonusIn the Chancellor’s summer statement on 8 July he announced that the furlough scheme would not be extended beyond

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Parfitt Cresswell Weekly Employment Law Bulletin 5

Much of the news at present centres around the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, with many employers considering redundancies as a result.  During this period it is likely that there will

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Parfitt Cresswell Weekly Employment Law Bulletin 4

This is the fourth and final bulletin in our series highlighting some of the key issues that employers are likely to face when returning to work following lockdown. This week we focus on potential changes

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Flexible Furlough Bulletin

On Friday evening, the government announced further details on the Flexible Furlough Scheme and how this will operate from 1 July onwards.As confirmed in our previous bulletin, it is now no longer possible

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