Chris Randall - Head of Employment Law
19/03/21

Supreme Court finds in favour of Care Providers that carers are not entitled to pay for sleep in…

This morning (19 March 2021) The Supreme Court issued the long-awaited judgment regarding whether carers are entitled to payment of the National Minimum Wage while …

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04/03/21

Employees on minimum wage will see their salary increase this April, the chancellor has announced

Rishi Sunak yesterday (3rd March) set out his Spring Budget in the Commons.  The Chancellor announced a raft of new measures to springboard the economy, …

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03/03/21

Are you being bullied at work?

Most employers recognise that bullying can happen in the workplace and that it can have serious consequences.  Prudent employers therefore implement policies in the workplace …

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Coronavirus Updates
03/03/21

Rishi Sunak to extend furlough scheme until September

The furlough scheme will be extended until the end of September by the chancellor in the Budget later today (3rd March 2021).  The Government’s Job …

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Chris Randall - Head of Employment Law
22/02/21

Returning furloughed employees to the workplace.

Chris Randall, Head of the Employment Law Team at Ringrose Law has been advising Employers on managing Furlough Leave since the Covid-19 Pandemic began last …

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19/02/21

Supreme Court decide Uber drivers are workers

Today (19 February) The Supreme Court has unanimously held that Uber drivers are workers.  This is a landmark judgment that will have significant implications for …

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Mediation - Family Law
03/02/21

Are you suffering Sexual Harassment at work? #itsnotok

This week is Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence week. Sexual harassment at work is unwanted behaviour of a sexual nature and is unlawful under the …

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20/01/21

Can you be made redundant on furlough leave?

It is estimated that around ten million people are currently absent from work in the UK on furlough leave as part of the government’s job …

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Coronavirus Updates
05/01/21

TUC calls on employers to offer furlough to all parents affected by school closures.

Boris Johnson announced on Monday evening (04/01/21) that there would be a third national lockdown in England. The regulations will be subject to a vote …

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05/01/21

Government to limit non-compete and exclusivity clauses

The government has commenced consultations on measures to reform post-termination non-compete clauses in contracts of employment. The proposals would be intended to allow workers greater …

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05/01/21

IR35 rules will apply to the private sector

The IR35 rules were implemented to prevent contractors working through Personal Service Companies, and undertaking similar roles to employees, but paying less tax and national …

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Coronavirus Updates
21/12/20

Government announce extension of Furlough scheme until April 2021.

Rishi Sunak announced on Thursday that the Government’s Job Retention Scheme (“Furlough”) shall be extended to the end of April 2021 to help the UK’s …

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