Discriminatory Adverts

Discriminatory Adverts The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has published guidance for employers in relation to advertising goods, facilities and services. They have also published a checklist and FAQs. Here are links to the relevant documents: guidance checklist FAQs When the Equality Act came into force, there was a lot of talk about discriminatory […]

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Whistleblowing In The Workplace

Whistleblower Protection Law As Employment Law Solicitors in Manchester, Analysis Legal’s team has vast experience in advising on whistleblower protection issues for both individuals and companies across a wide range of industries, including the financial services, petrochemical and health sectors. We can offer individuals and companies sound legal advice on bringing and defending whistle blowing claims. […]

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Are You Fit For Work?

Joanne Alvey, Consultant Employment Solicitor at Analysis Legal considers the Fit for Work service. As Employment Law Solicitors in Manchester, Analysis Legal are well aware of the Fit for Work service. But, what is it? And what does it mean for employers and employees? The Fit for Work service is a free service which has […]

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Restrictive Covenants in Employment Law

As a firm of Employment Law Solicitors in Stockport, we know that all businesses nowadays have confidential information, key clients and certain employees that they consider vital to their success, and so protecting those interests is a number one priority for a business. Because of this, restricting the use of confidential information and where ex-employees […]

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What is an Employee Shareholder Agreement

What Is An Employee Shareholder Agreement?

Employee Shareholder Agreements,  how they can work for your Business Since 1 September 2013 employers have been able to offer employees a new type of employment status. This was a change brought about by the Government as a way of allowing Small and Medium sized businesses a bit more flexibility to take on more staff […]

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Working time case and impact on field based employees

Does a mobile workers’ time spent travelling from home to/from customers’ premises constitute “working time”? In Federacion de Servicios Privados del sindicato Comisiones obreras v Tyco Integrated Security SL, the ECJ considered this question. Karen Fletcher, Senior Employment Law Consultant at Analysis Legal looks at the ECJ’s latest decision on working time and the impact for […]

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Case Update HR Involvement in disciplinary Decisions

Ramphal v DFT Andrea Paxton, Partner at specialist employment lawyers Analysis Legal LLP, flags a recent case regarding the level of HR involvement in disciplinary decisions: The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has recently made a decision which serves as a salutary reminder that Human Resources personnel should take care not to overstep the mark when […]

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Collective Redundancies and Employers Obligations

What Are Employers Obligations When It Comes To Collective Redundancies? Two recent cases decided by the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) could have a significant impact on the procedures that are adopted by any employers considering carrying out collective redundancies. As Employment Law Solicitors in Manchester, Analysis Legal are well aware of the collective redundancy consultation […]

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Settlement agreements, two figures shaking hands.

What Exactly Is A “Settlement Agreement”?

We look at what a “Settlement Agreement” really is and what it means for you.  A Settlement Agreement is a document which is a legally binding agreement which sets out the full terms of a settlement between the employer and the employee. Each Settlement Agreement will vary, of course, according to the situation but typically […]

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