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Snow days: What should employers do if staff cannot travel to work because of bad weather?

Posted on February 27, 2018, by Philip Sayers

With the Met Office warning that snow and ice may make travelling difficult this week, what should employers do to…

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Holiday pay for contractors

How changes to holiday pay could affect businesses who rely on long-term contractors

Posted on January 17, 2018, by Philip Sayers

A recent European Court of Justice ruling on holiday pay could have major implications for employers who engage contractors on…

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Inheritance

Can employers and employees reclaim fees from employment tribunals?

Posted on January 17, 2018, by Philip Sayers

A Government scheme to help people reclaim employment tribunal fees is now up and running. Coodes Solicitors Employment Lawyer Philip…

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Should employers monitor personal emails sent at work?

What are your employment rights if your employer is insolvent?

Posted on January 17, 2018, by Philip Sayers

If the business you work for is struggling financially it can have a massive impact on your finances and wellbeing….

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How changes to tax on termination pay could affect employers

Posted on January 17, 2018, by Philip Sayers

Tax on termination pay is set to change in April 2018. Coodes Solicitors Employment Lawyer Philip Sayers explains what it…

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annual leave

What can employers learn about annual leave after the Ryanair fiasco?

Posted on October 02, 2017, by Philip Sayers

700,000 passengers have allegedly been affected after Ryanair had to cancel flights because of a mix up with its employees’…

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gig economy

Uber drivers continue to fight for workers’ rights

Posted on October 02, 2017, by Philip Sayers

Taxi app firm Uber has been in the headlines over the last few weeks as more of its staff fight…

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Should employers monitor personal emails sent at work?

Should employers be allowed to monitor personal emails sent at work?

Posted on October 02, 2017, by Philip Sayers

Should employers be allowed to monitor personal emails sent at work? Coodes Solicitors Employment lawyer Philip Sayers comments on a…

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employment tribunal fees

Employment tribunal fees have been scrapped, so what happens next?

Posted on October 02, 2017, by Philip Sayers

In July, employment tribunal fees were declared unlawful but what now? Coodes Solicitors Employment lawyer Philip Sayers says that there…

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Employment tribunal fees ruled as unlawful by the Supreme Court

Posted on July 26, 2017, by Philip Sayers

A landmark decision in the Supreme Court has ruled that charging fees to employment tribunal claimants is unlawful. Coodes Solicitors…

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