Big Day for Employment Law Changes

Today is a fairly momentous day as far as employment law goes… There are some important developments which you should know about as they have a radical effect on employee’s rights to bring claims to an Employment Tribunal. 1. Not so much “D” but Fee Day Yes, you thought the day would never come but […]

Employment Tribunal fees to go ahead …for now!

12th July 2013 The Government’s controversial plans to implement a fee system from 29th July 2013 got the green light on Thursday 11th July?after an attempt by Fox Solicitors to halt the introduction failed in the Scottish Court of Session. However, the Judge in refusing the interdict, stated that the matter should proceed to a […]

“WOOLIES” CASE – GAME CHANGER FOR EMPLOYERS

Woolworths, it’s fair to say a British institution for many up to its collapse in 2008, made 30,000 people redundant in the process. Following the Employment Appeal Tribunal’s decision in the recent case of Usdaw v WW Realisation 1 Ltd (formerly Woolworths), the previous “loophole” of avoiding consultation in establishments with less than 20 employees […]