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Zero hours contracts: are they all bad?

The area of employment law that most commentators have been focusing on recently, as well as the numerous employment law changes that have been coming into force over the last few months, is zero-hours contracts.

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More employment law changes! Here are 5 for July…

This year so far has seen a huge number of changes to UK employment law, many of which require employers to take action – and July is no exception. Here 5 changes which come into effect from the 29th of
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How does the grievance process work?

Unfortunately there may come in time in an individual’s working life that they have to be involved in a grievance – technically a statement of complaint about a perceived wrongdoing or unfairness; in terms of the workplace this usually translates
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What is TUPE?

Something we covered briefly in our beginner’s guides a few weeks ago but wanted to look into in more detail is TUPE, which stands for ‘Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment)’, and is a UK employment law that was brought
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