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When you’re smiling…..

05.12.13

Gill Nuttall, PR & Marketing Manager at Ralli, speaks of the pleasure of seeing a client twice. I was prompted to do a quick blog on client relationships earlier today,…

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When you’re smiling…..

Zero hours contracts, Tribunal Fees and Settlement Agreements

07.08.13

Frances Nash, Solicitor at Ralli, talks about zero hours contracts. Things are moving fast in the world of employment law, fast but perhaps not forwards. In the UK, small and…

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Zero hours contracts, Tribunal Fees and Settlement Agreements

You’re Going To Need A Better Employment Lawyer

13.03.13

As the HR Manager for Ralli, I feel compelled to make commentary on the shark wrestling Granddad story. Sick leave is always a difficult subject to tackle.  At Ralli our…

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You’re Going To Need A Better Employment Lawyer

Worker Wins Unfair Dismissal Pay-Out Over Porn

22.08.12

Generally speaking, the legal test to establish the fairness of a conduct dismissal is that the employer must establish a reasonable belief in the employee’s guilt, having carried out an…

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Worker Wins Unfair Dismissal Pay-Out Over Porn

Ministers propose instant pay offs to avoid employment tribunals

11.06.12

Mark Higgins, Employment Law Partner The government’s proposal is of little help to employers in real terms. As any employer who has had the unfortunate experience of being taken to…

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Ministers propose instant pay offs to avoid employment tribunals

The Controversial Beecroft Report: Employment Law Reforms

23.05.12

There is little doubt that the proposal to allow “no-fault” dismissals contained in the Beecroft report (published yesterday, following a leak to the Daily Telegraph) should be consigned to the…

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The Controversial Beecroft Report: Employment Law Reforms

Yahoo to investigate chief executive’s academic credentials

09.05.12

Mark Higgins – Employment Law Partner Grapevine HR report that Yahoo are to investiagte claims that their chief execuitve, Scott Thompson, “embellished his academic credentials” on his CV. Read the…

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Yahoo to investigate chief executive’s academic credentials

Acas warns new tribunal rules will lead to more staff disputes

03.02.12

The head of Acas says companies may gamble on their employees’ being unable to afford to bring a tribunal claim under the new rules, and may not attempt to resolve…

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Acas warns new tribunal rules will lead to more staff disputes

Royal Mail faces wave of employment tribunals over delayed Christmas pay

27.01.12

Dozens of temporary sorting office workers say they have experienced serious delays and miscalculations in their pay over Christmas and the new year. The problems appear to stem from failures…

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Royal Mail faces wave of employment tribunals over delayed Christmas pay

Time is up for temporary staff, say third of bosses

13.01.12

Research suggests that a third of employers will sack temporary workers to avoid having to pay them at the same level as permanent staff, as will be required under a…

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Time is up for temporary staff, say third of bosses

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