The dismissal of a surgeon who took 20 months’ unauthorised absence after falling out with colleagues has been ruled unfair.
Have you thought about outsourcing any of your business functions to a third-party provider? If so, you are not alone; many businesses have turned to outsourcing in recent years to achieve different business objectives, including:
Disputes are an unfortunate fact of life but with the right support they can very often be resolved quickly and relatively cheaply, without the need for court action. JPP Law explains how, by taking legal advice at an early stage, you can increase your chances of achieving settlement without the need for the court to become involved.
HMRC officials are urging employers running employee benefit trusts to come forward following the Supreme Court ruling against the company that formerly owned Rangers football club.
Parents who suffer the death of a child would receive statutory paid leave to grieve, under a proposed new law being supported by the government
A company has been granted the right to examine a former employee’s computer and electronic devices after he admitted taking a copy of its list of clients.
The Court of Appeal has ruled that a director was unfairly dismissed after raising concerns about company practices in a whistleblowing case.
A landlord faced with a tenant who is not paying their rent has two options: take steps to end the lease or try to recover the money owed. If you decide to recover the rent you might find the commercial rent arrears recovery scheme a good option.
Claims by employees of wrongful dismissal and victimisation should be taken seriously but that did not mean that tribunals should be afraid to throw out unworthy claims without having to go to a full hearing.