Notice entitlements can be confusing for employees. This blog discusses the different notice entitlements that may apply to an employee and hopes to provide information which makes those entitlements clearer. Please read on for more information.
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I recently advised a client who was concerned about their employment status. Essentially, there are three categories of individuals who provide their services in the job market – Employee, Worker, and a Self-employed contractor. Understanding your employment status is critical to understanding your legal rights and protections. Please read on to find out more.
There has been a great deal of reporting about employment status in the news recently. In reality, this might not be something you think about when everything is going well. However, if things go wrong or you find yourself in dispute with your employer, your employment status will have a significant impact on what options are available to you.
Whenever we receive an initial enquiry from a client, one of the first questions we ask is whether they have a contract of employment? Surprisingly, a large proportion of our clients answer that they do not. An employer has an obligation to provide an employee with the terms of their employment. Please read on for more information about this obligation.
Where an employer is proposing to make 20 or more employees redundant, a specific procedure known as a Collective Redundancy Consultation must be followed. For more information on what is required under this type of consultation please read on.