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Zero Hour Contract Holiday Pay Entitlement

Zero Hour Contract Holiday Pay EntitlementEmployment Law & HR Updates, Straight To Your Inbox zero hour workersThe rules around zero hour contract workers can seem complex to those who are used to dealing with more traditional employment contracts. Here, we’re going to break down what the law ensures zero hour workers, as well as addressing […]

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Custom and Practice Advice Guide for Employers

Custom and Practice Advice Guide for EmployersEmployment Law & HR Updates, Straight To Your Inbox Not all of the terms and rules of employment are formalised and cemented through employment contracts. For these unofficial factors, the term custom and practice is used to describe anything that becomes a norm within companies or industries.Employment contracts and […]

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Constructive Dismissal Advice Guide for Employers

Constructive Dismissal Advice Guide for EmployersEmployment Law & HR Updates, Straight To Your Inbox Constructive DismissalConstructive dismissal describes when employees resign in response to a serious breach of contract by their employer which undermines the employment relationship. If the employee has sufficient length of service, they can then pursue a claim for unfair dismissal.Claims for […]

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Bank Holiday Entitlement

Bank Holiday EntitlementEmployment Law & HR Updates, Straight To Your Inbox Do you have to offer paid leave on Bank Holidays?All employees of a business are entitled by law to 5.6 weeks of annual leave, depending on the worker’s normal working week. Public and Bank Holidays taken as paid leave usually factor into this amount, […]

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Bereavement & Compassionate Leave Guide

Bereavement & Compassionate Leave GuideEmployment Law & HR Updates, Straight To Your Inbox When an employee experiences a bereavement, employers might decide to allow for compassionate leave. When someone experiences the loss of someone close to them, offering the time that they need to deal with their affairs, attend a funeral or simply to grieve […]

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