Lastest on Employment Tribunal Claims 2016

The 2015/2016 Employment Tribunal Claim results are in! Overall the number of Tribunals has decreased again, since the introduction of fees.  This is good news for employers as the fees were brought in to reduce malicious and vexatious claims. The highest number of ET claims were for Working Time Directive (36 814) and unauthorised deduction Read more about Lastest on Employment Tribunal Claims 2016[…]

Autumn 2016 Employment Law update

There is not much information to give the SME business audience in terms of employment law updates for October 2016. So here are the basics and some upcoming changes which maybe of interest for early 2017 You might like to look at the blog on the Tribunal Statistics which have just been released as well Read more about Autumn 2016 Employment Law update[…]

Do you want to risk 5 years in Prison – illegal working

Illegal Working – ARE SME’s at Risk? A burger chain (Byron) hit the headlines a couple of months ago when the Home office arrested a number of illegal workers.  The home office undertakes these visits on a regular basis but they rarely make the news and employers just aren’t aware of the possible implications If Read more about Do you want to risk 5 years in Prison – illegal working[…]