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Employment Law Updates & Latest News From EmployEasily Legal Services

In the event of Brexit, how likely is the UK Government to amend or repeal some EU-based employment legislation?

A number of legislative changes in the area of employment law come into effect in April 2016. We take a closer look at some of the key changes likely to impact Employers.

The Government's new National Living Wage will be introduced from 1 April 2016 for all working people aged 25 and over

EmployEasily Legal Services has been recognised by the ACQ5 Law Awards as having achieved commercial success in our designated area of expertise and are ACQ5 Law Awards 2016 Winners in two categories.

Notice is usually required in order to lawfully terminate a contract of employment. A failure by either employer or employee to give the required notice is likely to constitute a breach of contract.

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has today made its ruling in the British Gas v Lock Case on Commission and Holiday Pay.

In Donkor v Royal Bank of Scotland UKEAT/0162/15, the EAT was required to look at the matter of comparators in a direct age discrimination case.

Across a highly competitive field of both international law firms with local offices as well smaller more localised businesses, EmployEasily Legal Services has won the prestigious AI Legal Award for Most Innovative Law Firm of 2016.

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