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Restrictive Covenants
New year, new job.
Guernsey
13 Feb 2014
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Zero-Hour Contracts - What’s All The Fuss About?
Can you imagine being an employer with a work force on-call, no overheads, no obligations to pay sick or holiday pay, being able to tell your employees when to work and if they don’t turn up, you simply don’t pay them?
Guernsey
4 Sep 2013
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Restrictive Covenants - Enforceable At Any Level?
This question was recently considered by the English High Court and while many of us are a little disappointed that the issue has not yet finally been determined, the Court has thankfully provided a little more guidance to point employers in the right direction.
Guernsey
7 Nov 2012
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When Is A Worker An Employee For The Purposes Of Employee Status? An End To The Confusion Is In Sight.
In last week’s English Court of Appeal decision in The Hospital Medical Group v Westwood (2012) the employee v non-employee theory was yet again put to the test.
Guernsey
6 Aug 2012
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Good Friday UK Employment Law Reforms Mean A Happy Easter For Employers
Last November we announced that the UK Government was proposing employment law reforms – those reforms are now in force.
Guernsey
1 May 2012
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Surviving The Festive Season - An Employer’s Guide
With office parties, hangovers, absenteeism and sick leave all on the increase, it is important for employers to remember that with effective handling and management from the outset, this time of year can be one to remember and not one to forget…
Guernsey
15 Dec 2011
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