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Employment Law Changes in April 2017

Key changes to employment law that employers need to be ready for from 1 April 2017.
  Key Changes Employers Need to Be Ready For For employment law and HR practitioners sping and autumn are particularly busy periods because this is typically when a host of em… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/key-employment-law-changes-april-2017/

Restrictive Covenants – Protection or a Problem for Employers

The law concerning post employment restrictions in contracts of employment is complex. We look at some of the key considerations for Employers.
  Restrictions on Employees:  What the Law Says Employees are restricted as a matter of general law from disclosing confidential information amounting to a trade secret (… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/restrictive-covenants-protection-or-problem-employers/

Performance Management: A Guide for Employers

Guidelines intended to provide employers with a means of managing performance issues legally.
  The Importance of Managing Performance Properly When managing capability and performance issues in the workplace employers should take account of the Acas Code of Practice o… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/performance-management-guide-employers/

The importance of thorough investigations highlighted in Stimpson v Citibank

We look at the implications of not thoroughly investigating matters prior to initiating disciplinary action can cause for Employers.
  In the case of Stimpson v Citibank N.A ET/3200437/15 an employment tribunal held that a foreign exchange trader who had been dismissed by a bank for disclosing confidential c… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/importance-thorough-investigations-highlighted-stimpson-v-citibank/

Time Off For Dependents - Clear Guidance For Employers

Information and Advice to employers on an employee’s statutory right to take time off work to deal with an emergency involving their dependant.
  Time off for dependants; Information and Advice to employers on an employee’s statutory right to take time off work to deal with an emergency involving their dependant. … http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/time-dependents-clear-guidance-employers/

Making Redundancies - A Guide For Employers

A look at how Employers should calculate statutory redundancy pay and some other key considerations when making redundancies.
  We look at how Employers should calculate statutory redundancy pay and some other key considerations when making redundancies. How is redundancy pay calculated? If an emp… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/making-redundancies-guide-employers/

Well-Managed Zero-Hours Contracts – Tips for Employers

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…
  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 w… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/well-managed-zero-hours-contracts-tips-employers/

Apprenticeship Contract or Agreement? Important Differences for Employers in England

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…
  The Apprenticeship Framework There has been a significant amount of media attention paid to apprenticeships this year. The most recent of which surrounds a report by Ofs… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/apprenticeship-contract-or-agreement-important-differences-employers-england/

The Difference Between Contractual and Statutory Notice - An Explanation for Employers

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.
  Contractual and Statutory Notice Notice is usually required in order to lawfully terminate a contract of employment. A failure by either employer or employee to give the req… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/difference-between-contractual-and-statutory-notice-explanation-employers/

Understanding Employment Status , The Risks of Getting it Wrong and What You Can Do To Avoid Them

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.
  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 compl… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/self-employed-vs-employed-whats-difference/

The Importance of a Staff Appraisal Policy - Guidance For Employers

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.
  Managing Performance Before a Problem Arises It is implied into every contract of employment that an employee will perform the role to a minimum required standard. What the … http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/importance-staff-appraisal-policy-guidance-employers/

Best Employment Law Practitioner 2016

EmployEasily Legal Services are delighted to announce that they have been awarded Best Employment Law Practitioner - UK in the 2016 AI Legal Awards.
  An Award Winning Employment Law Solution for Employers For the second consecutive year, EmployEasily Legal Services has won an AI Legal Award, this year in the category… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/best-employment-law-practitioner-2016/

Employers' Legal Obligations Under Auto Enrolment

Under the Pensions Act 2008, every employer in the UK must put certain staff into a pension scheme and contribute towards it. We set out the legal obligations for Employers here.
  As 2016 draws to a close and 2017 beckons many SME employers are waking up to the reality of auto enrolment as thousands of business start nearing their official auto enrolme… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/employers-legal-obligations-under-auto-enrolment/

Adverse Weather & Employment Law - Guidance For Employers

The impact poor weather may have on Employers will be determined by the decisions they make, many of which may be based on issues completely out of their control, but those decisions and the way the issues they create are handled, will ultimately determin…
  Managing Staff Absence Due to Adverse Weather The clocks have tuned back and both Winter and Christmas are just around the corner, and it won't be long before winter arriv… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/adverse-weather-employment-law-what-employers-should-know/

Employers Avoid an HR Hangover This Christmas

Many Employers are already planning this year's Christmas party and no doubt are hopeful that this festive season will be an enjoyable time for bosses and employees alike but without careful planning, Employers could easily end up with a costly HR Hangove…
  He's Making a List.....He's Checking it Twice.......but at this year's Office Christmas party will YOUR staff be naughty or will they be nice?   Many Employers are… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/avoid-hr-hangover-christmas/

New National Minimum Wage (NMW) Rates - 2016

These are the new National Minimum Wage (NMW) Rates which come into effect from 1 October 2016.
  National Minimum Wage Increases from 1 October 2016 On 8 September 2016, the House of Lords approved the draft National Minimum Wage (Amendment) (No.2) Regulations 2016. The… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/new-national-minimum-wage-nmw-rates-2016/

What Employers Should Know About Zero Hours Contracts

Exclusivity clauses in zero hours contracts are unenforceable following the insertion of two new sections, 27A and 27B, into the ERA 1996.
  Use of Zero Hours Contracts on the Rise According to the Office For National Statistics, the number of workers on zero hours contracts has increased by 20% in a year and the… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/what-employers-should-know-about-zero-hours-contracts/

Important Changes to UK Employment Law Passed in May 2016

Three major Bills affecting employment law received Royal Assent in May; the Trade Union Act 2016, the Enterprise Act 2016 and the Immigration Act 2016, the last of which creates new immigration offences from 12 July 2016.
  Three major Bills affecting employment law received Royal Assent in May: The Trade Union Act 2016 The provisions of which will be brought into force by Statutory Instrument… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/important-changes-uk-employment-law-passed-may-2016/

The End of Employment Tribunal Fees and How it Might Impact Employers

The Scottish Government plans to abolish Employment Tribunal Fees, but what might this mean for Employers throughout the UK.
  What the Scottish Government Says About Tribunal Fees “We will abolish fees for employment tribunals, when we are clear on how the transfer of powers and responsibilit… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/end-employment-tribunal-fees/

Employers - Avoid an Own Goal During UEFA Euro 2016

With the UEFA Euro 2016 tournament less than a month away EmployEasily Legal Services have some top tips to help Employers avoid an own goal.
  UEFA Euro 2016 The UEFA Euro 2016 tournament, which is being held in France this year, starts on 10 June and will run until 10 July. Whilst this will no doubt excite football… http://www.employeasily.co.uk/blog/avoid-own-goal-during-uefa-euros-2016-guide-employers/

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