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A Shareholder’s guide to when things go wrong

A Shareholder’s guide to when things go wrong

Posted on January 06, 2020, by Peter Lamble

Partner, Commercial Disputes and Employment Lawyer, Peter Lamble, discusses what shareholders should consider if issues start to arise within a…

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Increased protection for whistleblowers in unfair dismissal cases

Increased protection for whistleblowers in unfair dismissal cases

Posted on January 06, 2020, by Philip Sayers

Unfair dismissal cases involving whistleblowers may result in different outcomes in future, following a recent case. Employment specialist at Coodes…

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Protecting the health of pregnant workers

Protecting the health of pregnant workers: an employer’s responsibility

Posted on July 08, 2019, by Philip Sayers

Employment specialist at Coodes Solicitors, Philip Sayers, discusses the responsibilities of employers in ensuring the health and safety of pregnant…

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Employment law: top three questions from employers in the agricultural sector

Employment law: top three questions from employers in the agricultural sector

Posted on June 17, 2019, by Philip Sayers

Employment specialist at Coodes Solicitors, Philip Sayers, shares his top three questions most commonly asked by employers in the agricultural…

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Sexual orientation discrimination in the workplace

Sexual orientation discrimination in the workplace: know your rights

Posted on June 12, 2019, by Philip Sayers

Philip Sayers, Employment lawyer at Coodes Solicitors, explains the laws surrounding workplace discrimination and sexual orientation during Pride month. A…

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What rights do I have if I am made redundant by an insolvent employer?

What rights do I have if I am made redundant by an insolvent employer?

Posted on February 11, 2019, by Philip Sayers

What rights do workers have once they have been made redundant by an employer that has gone into administration or…

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Will the Hermes Union deal lead to more rights for gig economy workers?

Will the Hermes Union deal lead to more rights for gig economy workers?

Posted on February 08, 2019, by Philip Sayers

Gig economy workers could now receive more rights following a recent deal that was the first of its kind for…

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Gender pay gap reporting: will my SME have to publish salaries?

Gender pay gap reporting: will my SME have to publish salaries?

Posted on October 15, 2018, by Philip Sayers

A group of MPs is calling for organisations with more than 50 employees to publish salaries in an attempt to…

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Staff tips what will the new law mean for my business?

Staff tips: what will the new law mean for my business?

Posted on October 15, 2018, by Philip Sayers

Under proposed new legislation, restaurant staff will soon be legally allowed to keep 100% of tips. Coodes Solicitors Employment Lawyer…

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What employers should do to help employees with disabilities

What employers should do to help employees with disabilities

Posted on October 15, 2018, by Philip Sayers

October marks the National Disability Employment Awareness Month, and with this in mind, Coodes Solicitors Employment Lawyer Philip Sayers advises…

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