Employment Law for You

MSRS-Maternity Pay and Leave

Maternity Pay and Leave

Your main rights are as follows: Statutory Maternity leave Statutory Maternity leave entitles employees to up to one year off work. This is broken down ...

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Settlement Agreements

Settlement Agreements

Often Settlement Agreements are introduced as part of negotiations regarding the termination of your employment, but that is not always the case. It is also ...

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TUPE

TUPE for Employee

When does TUPE apply? TUPE applies when there is a “business transfer”. What this means is that your employer’s business or part of the business ...

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Unlawful Deductions From Wages

Unlawful Deductions From Wages

The deduction from your wages will be unlawful if any of the following applies: There are some limited exceptions where a deduction will be lawful, ...

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Whistleblowing

Whistleblowing

What is a protected disclosure? To qualify for protection, you must have a “reasonable belief” that a wrongdoing has occurred, or is likely to occur, ...

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MSRS-restrictive covenants

Restrictive covenants – Post-termination restrictions

Understanding Post-Termination Restrictions Employers often include post-termination restrictive covenants in employment contracts, aiming to prevent former employees from soliciting clients, using confidential information, poaching colleagues, ...

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MSRS-Holiday Back Pay Claim

Holiday rights

This is equal to 5 weeks, 3 days, or 28 days including Bank Holidays. You may, of course, be entitled to more than this it ...

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