The statutory payments and Tribunal compensation limits will increase from April 2017 as follows: From 1 April 2017, the National Living Wage (National Minimum Wage) will increase as follows: For workers aged 25 and over – £7.50 For workers between 21 and 24 – £7.05 For workers between 18 and 20 – £5.60 For workers […]
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The decision of the British people to leave the EU came as something of a surprise to most. However, there is no need to panic! The foreseeable future – Business as usual Both the Leave and Remain campaigns were criticised for the lack of information provided and the scaremongering tactics used during the campaign trail. […]
We feel that the following areas could be scrutinised: Agency Worker Regulations These Regulations require employers to offer equal terms and benefits to agency workers once they have been working for 12 weeks. They are very unpopular with businesses and are therefore likely to be top of the Government’s “hit” list. Working Time Regulations The […]
A major concern for businesses in light of Brexit is what will happen to EU workers currently working in Britain. Throughout the campaign, immigration was a key concern to most individuals. A number of key figures were adamant that they did not want the freedom of movement of EU citizens moving forward. However, the reality is […]
Dispute Resolution Professional advisors (for example accountants, auditors, solicitors and surveyors) have a duty to provide their services with reasonable care and skill. Professional negligence occurs where a professional advisor fails to perform their responsibilities to the required standard. While failings on the part of professionals are often referred to as ‘negligence’, claims can be […]
Companies House has long provided a large amount of company data that is useful to creditors, and since mid 2015 this data is available free of charge. As the cost of making a claim has risen over recent years, we would advise creditors to undertake some checks before starting proceedings for recovery of a debt. […]
A recent decision by the Royal Courts of Justice Senior Courts Costs Office has demonstrated the readiness of the Court to impose costs sanctions when a party to litigation unreasonably refuses to participate in mediation. In Bristow v Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust , the Judge awarded the costs of detailed assessment to the Claimant on […]
GOOD NEWS………of sorts – The travel time ruling does not mean UK mobile workers are automatically entitled to extra pay!
A recent decision by Europe’s highest Court (the ECJ) ruled that, for those workers with no fixed/habitual place of work, time spent travelling between home and their first and last job each day, counts as “working time”. This does not mean, however, that they are automatically entitled to more pay! This decision does have implications […]
The De-Regulation Act was passed on 27th March 2015 and came into effect the 1st October 2015. The act mainly relates to the servicing of a Section 21 notice, including “revenge evictions” and deposit protection, in order to further regulate and improve the lettings process. Section 21 Notice Historically, a landlord could serve a Section […]
Clearing out the tenants goods Property that the tenant leaves behind still belongs to the tenant and normally should be returned to the tenant. If you throw away property belonging to the tenant which subsequently turns out to be of value, you may be subject to a claim from the tenant for damages. If the […]
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