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Jobs at Risk at Amazon

Amazon has announced 1,200 roles are at risk of redundancy after revealing plans to close three UK warehouses. The retail company announced...

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Victoria Mitchell Partner

Government to Introduce Laws to Alleviate Disruption of Strike Action

The Government announced this week that the new laws will allow them to set a minimum level of service which must be met during strikes to e...

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Sally Eastwood Associate Partner
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Suspension from Work due to Workplace Investigation

Suspension is when an employer tells an employee to temporarily stop carrying out work. In September 2022, the Advisory, Conciliation and Ar...

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Sally Eastwood Associate Partner

Employee Awarded Over £15,000 Following her Dismissal Whilst Pregnant

In the case of Kimberley Hill v 9ine Accounting Limited, the employee successfully brought a claim against her former employer for pregnancy...

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Sally Eastwood Associate Partner

Royal Mail Redundancies – Employee Advice

Royal Mail has announced its plans to make 5,000 to 6,000 redundancies as part of plans to cut 10,000 roles by August 2023. The news comes ...

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Victoria Mitchell Partner

Employment Law Advice – Bank Holiday Announced for Queen Elizabeth II’s Funeral

Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral has been announced to take place on Monday 19th September 2022. To mark the last day of t...

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Victoria Mitchell Partner

What to Do When You’re Offered a Settlement Agreement

As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent cost of living crisis, employers continue to consider and implement various measures to ...

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Victoria Mitchell Partner

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