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13 April 2017 |
Worried about asking your employer for flexible working? Our Employment Law solicitor covers what parents need to know
21 March 2017 |
Find out everything your business needs to know about gender pay gap reporting 2017
17 March 2017 |
Questions about taking annual leave? Simpson Millars Employment Law solicitor answers key questions about your holiday entitlement rights
17 February 2017 |
Pimlico Plumbers has lost a court appeal over the employment status of its plumbers – Simpson Millars Employment Law solicitor investigates
10 February 2017 |
What is the government doing about pregnancy and maternity discrimination in the workplace? Simpson Millars Employment Law solicitor investigates
9 February 2017 |
Agreeing with MP Frank Field, Simpson Millars Employment Law solicitor explains why gig economy workers should be guaranteed the National Minimum Wage
17 January 2017 |
Our solicitor in employment law explains how employers can support employees with autism in the workplace.
A List of the worst excuses for not paying National Minimum Wage has been released. We examine what your employer is legally bound to pay you.
13 January 2017 |
FOCUS ON THE TRADE UNION ACT 2016 – COMMENCEMENT AND DEFINITION OF ‘IMPORTANT PUBLIC SERVICES’
28 November 2016 |
Are employment tribunal fees stopping workers from accessing justice? Simpson Millars Joy Drummond comments on the TUCs recent findings.
5 October 2016 |
17 care workers are suing their employer in a battle over the national minimum wage. Our Care Homes and Employment Law solicitors explore the case.
30 September 2016 |
Finding work once you have reached a certain age can be a lot harder than people realise particularly when the spectre of age discrimination rears its head
26 September 2016 |
The first foster carers trade union has formed. We look at raw deal foster carers received in the past and how a trade union can change this.
26 September 2016 |
Questions over Statutory Sick Pay have arisen in the wake of a health debate in the final stages of the US Presidential election.
23 September 2016 |
Citizens Advice has had a 58% increase in pregnant women & new mothers asking for advice on maternity leave discrimination – Deana Bates investigates
1 September 2016 |
A TUC survey reveals 52% of women have experienced sexual harassment at work. Simpson Millars Head of Employment Law discusses the impact this has on women
25 August 2016 |
The Department for Business has released a list of almost 200 employers caught flouting UK law and failing to pay the National Minimum Wage
22 August 2016 |
Sports Direct staff at its Derby warehouse will receive back-dated payments of around £1million, after not being paid the National Minimum Wage
25 July 2016 |
Described as employment laws case of the year, 19 drivers are taking legal action against Uber. Zee Hussain looks at the changing face of employment.