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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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Recruitment tips

Recruitment tips for employers: five ways to avoid pitfalls when hiring new staff

Posted on July 06, 2018, by Philip Sayers

Updated March 2019 Coodes Solicitors Employment Lawyer Philip Sayers shares his recruitment tips for employers and advises on some common…

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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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What difference will the Matthew Taylor Review make to workers in the gig economy?

Posted on July 12, 2017, by Philip Sayers

Coodes Solicitors Employment lawyer Philip Sayers comments on the Matthew Taylor review of modern working practices. How much difference would…

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Sickness absence – what employers can and can’t do if they suspect staff of ‘pulling a sickie’

Posted on February 06, 2017

The worst day of the year for sickness absence, the first Monday in February has been named National Sickie Day….

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Dealing with bullying in the workplace

What legal options can employers or employees take to tackle workplace bullying?

Posted on November 14, 2016, by Philip Sayers

Philip Sayers, Employment lawyer at Coodes Solicitors, looks at the legal options available to deal with the growing problem of…

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