Knowing the rights of employees is essential for employers when devising appropriate flu-related policies — particularly with regard to the provision of flu jabs in the workplace.
Business & Employment Law News
It is vital that employers are familiar with the specific litigation surrounding reducing remuneration, prior to initiating any form of discussion surrounding pay cuts. This the best possible means of avoiding successful claims being brought against the company by disgruntled employees.
The need to communicate flexibly often results in companies embracing some of the latest social and instant messaging tools, however, employers need to be mindful of how these tools are used in the workplace. Increasingly businesses are faced with allegations of breaches of confidentiality and data protection, as well as bullying and harassment claims.
Our guide to employee handbooks provides practical considerations on how to craft and communicate your company policies and operating procedures.
One of the most common problems we encounter working with our clients is when an employee acts dishonestly, including when they fraudulently take money from the company for their own personal use. This blog looks at the importance of a conducting a thorough investigation.
Loch Associates Group wins Best Business 1-25 employees in the Times of Tunbridge Wells Business Awards 2019.
Pam Loch looks at the risks associated with cutting the salary of an employee and the steps to take to protect your business.
Pam Loch comments on a new EU ruling which could force UK employers to record staff breaks and give staff proof of the hours they work.
Guidance for private sector employers on IR35 tax changes and the implications for using self employed contractors or consultants.
Alex Kiernan, Partner, shared his thoughts on the changing definition of self-employed status with HR Magazine recently following Lorraine Kelly’s win against HMRC’s million pound tax bill.
Pam Loch reflects on the 100 year anniversary of women being allowed to practice as solicitors and non-traditional routes into the profession.
Following the departure of Ted Baker founder Ray Kelvin amid allegations of sexual harassment, our Managing Director Pam Loch warns employers against jumping to conclusions when faced with similar allegations.