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Earlier this month, Ralli LLP Employment Law Solicitors Manchester reported the European Court of Justice’s (ECJ) ruling that would see travel to and from work counted as working hours for employees. The controversial ruling for employers will have greater ramifications in sectors where travel is the primary way of meeting clients and appointments. For sectors…

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  What are you doing to protect your business? Operating a business can be costly and your assets require proper protection. From public liability insurance to building insurance, it is important to protect your business. There is often a budget and insurance policy to cover these sorts of eventualities but often employment law matters are…

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Under the terms of the new Trade Union Bill, employers could be given permission to break strikes by using agency workers. Current legislation, prevents employers from using agency staff as strikebreakers. Manchester employment law solicitors Ralli Solicitors LLP offer employment legal advice on this issue. The impact of such a change in the new Trade…

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The European Court of Justice has ruled that time spent travelling each day between their homes and premises of the first and last customers constitutes as working time if employees do not have a fixed office and are at the disposal of their employer. This means businesses employing workers who travel directly to customers/clients from…

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For an increasing number of employers, employees are requesting flexible working hours. Flexible working applications can include requests such as working from home, part-time working, flexi-time and reduction to hours. Employment law solicitors Manchester Ralli LLP have seen an increase in the number of clients seeking legal advice relating to such requests. From 30 June…

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Employers should take note of the following legal changes to come into force in October. Employment law solicitors Manchester outline these outline these coming changes; – Mandatory modern slavery statements Slavery was abolished in the nineteenth century, but from October 2015, organisations carrying on business in the UK with a turnover above £36 million will…

Property Litigation

A course coordinator at Melbourne College lost his job after a spat of frustrated emails sent to his IT department outlining his displeasure at relaying failures both he and his students had encountered regarding their computer systems. Dr Horgan’s dismissal in October 2014, his case for unfair dismissal was put before the Fair Work Commission,…

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One of the most unfortunate aspects of being an employer is the occasional need to take disciplinary action against an employee. Many shy away from taking this step because the fear the consequences of getting it wrong and being taken to an employment tribunal. This is why it is a good idea to get up-to-date…

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Here at Ralli solicitors llp we believe in thinking ‘outside of the box’. Our new interactive website offers an insight into Ralli, you can also find us on Twitter, Facebook and Googleplus. If you want to get a real feel for who we are and what we do take a look at our behind the…

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Taxi-booking firm Uber is facing legal action in the UK. The company operates a car hire smartphone app that connects passengers to drivers, passengers pay Uber for the journey Uber then passes on a percentage of that payment to the driver. The case is being brought by law firm Leigh Day on behalf of the…