Workers affected by coronavirus eligible for day one Statutory Sick Pay, Government confirms
Workers affected by the coronavirus are now entitled to Statutory Sick Pay from day one when self-isolating, rather than dayRead more.
March 9, 2020
Cost and bureaucracy of new immigration system should be “of concern” to employers, experts warn
The additional cost and bureaucracy of the Government’s new points-based immigration system should be of great concern to employers, anRead more.
February 21, 2020
Spencer Matthews’ Clean Liquor Company raises £2m with the help of innovative London lawyers
London law firm, iLaw, has helped TV star Spencer Matthews to raise £2 million for his brand The Clean LiquorRead more.
February 20, 2020
Nurse with 38 years’ experience “unfairly dismissed”, says Employment Tribunal
An Employment Tribunal has ruled that a nurse was unfairly dismissed after activating a hospital trust’s whistleblowing policy procedure.Read more.
February 14, 2020
Former TalkTalk executive sues firm over gender discrimination
A former TalkTalk executive is taking the telecoms company to an Employment Tribunal after alleging she was paid 40 perRead more.
February 7, 2020
A quarter of employees question how their firm handles bullying and harassment
According to the latest research, a quarter of employees believe that their company doesn’t deal with bullying and harassment inRead more.
February 3, 2020
Businesses to gain free legal insights at Theo Paphitis’ Small Business Sunday event
Innovative legal firm, iLaw, has once again been invited to attend Small Business Sunday, or #SBS, as it prepares forRead more.
January 24, 2020
8 important elements to creating a successful employment contract in the tech sector
Hiring staff can be an exciting part of running a business and is often an essential element in the growthRead more.
January 20, 2020