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Rights to flexible working

Rights to flexible working

The recent case of Mrs Thompson v Scancrown Ltd (trading as Manors), in which estate agent Alice Thompson won a sex discrimination claim with an award of close to £185,000, has highlighted the importance of employers considering flexible working requests from their...
Changes to working policies in the post-pandemic workplace

Changes to working policies in the post-pandemic workplace

With hybrid and flexible working fast becoming standard practice for many businesses and their employees, it is important that employers fully understand and effectively implement appropriate changes to employee contracts and workplace policies. In this blog, David...
Return to the office: considerations for employers

Return to the office: considerations for employers

As employers begin to take steps to reopen their offices and workplaces, they should be carefully considering their legal requirements as well as their obligation to safeguard the health and wellbeing of all employees. David McBride, Head of Employment at Bray &...
Employment law changes 2020

Employment law changes 2020

There are a number of Employment law changes set to come into force on 6 April 2020, such as changes for agency workers, the introduction of Jack’s law, as well as revisions to written statements of employment. Here, Bray & Bray Solicitors takes a closer look at...
Zero hours contracts: how employers can get them right

Zero hours contracts: how employers can get them right

Though often the subject of negative headlines, zero hours contracts, when used correctly, can be highly beneficial for both employer and employee. The expert employment law team at Bray & Bray highlights their pros and cons, and explains what employers can do to...