Did you hear us on Banbury Radio Sound? We were discussing business in Brackley and the effects of the work in the Town Centre.
Settlement Agreements – What? When? Why? Who? What to watch out for! Settlement agreements (formerly known as compromise agreements) are a widely used method of settling employment claims with an exiting employee. It gives both the employer and employee certainty … Continue reading
Shared Parental Leave … at a glance Shared Parental Leave (SPL) has now been in place for a year and so whilst still relatively new, it has now passed its initial bedding in period. The leave provisions and process remains … Continue reading
Come and see Gail from Bicester Wills, Ann Barker from Leigh Edwards Solicitors or myself in the town square outside the Woodstock Town Hall for free employment, family or wills advice on Thursday 19 May 2016 from 9.30 – 11.30 am.
It’s that time of year again to clear the decks of the trappings of the old year and put your best foot forward into the New Year. We make personal and business resolutions but do you consider the changes you … Continue reading
Fit for Work – are you ready Oxfordshire Employers and Employees? The Government, through the DWP is soon to finish its roll out of its much awaited and talked about “Fit for Work” Free Occupational Health Assessment scheme in an … Continue reading
Come and see Gail from Bicester Wills of myself at the Woodstock Town Hall for free employment or wills advice on Thursday 24 September 2015 from 10.00 am until noon.
Come along and chat through any employment issues you have at the Woodstock Town Hall. … Continue reading
Sometimes, held the EAT in a case called Chandhok v Tirkey. Ms Tirkey from India was employed by Mr and Mrs Chandhok as a nanny. She alleged that she had been mistreated by them, in part, because she was from … Continue reading
Maybe said the European Court of Justice in FOA (Kaltoft) v Billund). However, discrimination on the grounds of obesity is not itself unlawful. Mr Kaltoft was a clinically obese child-minder for a local council in Denmark. He was dismissed due … Continue reading