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Employment law blog – by Michael Nadin

A former nursery manager Simone Cousins from Northampton has won an Employment Tribunal claim against her former employer The Nannery Limited. The successful claims were for discrimination, harassment and victimisation on the grounds of pregnancy, unfair dismissal and unreasonable refusal…

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Extension of CJRS

By Michael Nadin - Associate Solicitor The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) was originally due to end on 31 October 2020, when it would be replaced by the new Job Support Scheme (JSS). However, on 31 October 2020, Prime Minister…

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The end of ‘furlough’ – what now?

By Michael Nadin - Employment Solicitor (Associate) End of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) Although there is mounting pressure from MPs and trade unions for the government to extend the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), even if it is…

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Relationships at Work

Is it possible to prohibit relationships between employees under UK employment law? By Michael Nadin It has recently been confirmed that McDonald's British born chief executive officer has been pushed out of the company after violating company policy by engaging…

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Flexible Income

Flexible Income By Michael Nadin, Associate Solicitor Many employers now offer flexible benefits packages in order to attract and retain the most talented employees, however you may not yet have heard the concept of flexible income. It is our prediction…

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Blog on pregnancy and maternity discrimination

Blog by Michael Nadin - Employment Law Solicitor A number of recent cases heard in Employment Tribunals have highlighted that employers regularly underestimate the risks associated with dismissing pregnant employees, or those who are taking maternity leave. This article focusses…

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Top Tips for a New Business

Associate Solicitor Michael Nadin, an employment law specialist provides 5 'Top Tips' for a new business to consider when starting out. All employees are legally entitled to receive a written statement of terms and conditions of employment and failure to…

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