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Employment Law Updates & Latest News From EmployEasily Legal Services

A look at how Employers should calculate statutory redundancy pay and some other key considerations when making redundancies.

It has been widely reported that more employers are coming to rely on zero-hours contracts. Despite concerns that they pose problems (such as economic insecurity and unfair working terms and conditions) for those who work under them, a new report from the…

There has been a significant amount of media attention paid to apprenticeships over the last couple of years including a recent report by Ofsted, criticising the quality of apprenticeships (as detailed in the UK government's press release). Yet despite co…

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.

UK employment laws are extremely complex and with the government introducing regular changes, many UK employers often struggle to keep up to date and keep their business compliant.

Standards of performance are not static and are liable to change as the business or role evolves, or new technology or equipment becomes available. We look at how a performance appraisal system, diligently pursued by the employer, can prove invaluable.

EmployEasily Legal Services are delighted to announce that they have been awarded Best Employment Law Practitioner - UK in the 2016 AI Legal Awards.

As a result of continued growth our client, Saur Services Glasgow, is looking to grow its technical team and is now recruiting five technical roles.