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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...
When can a final written warning be issued?

When can a final written warning be issued?

A final written warning is a serious disciplinary process whether you are the employer or the employee, and is usually a precursor to dismissing a member of staff if their behaviour or performance does not improve. There are some common misconceptions about when a...
Is it legal to be sacked by text message?

Is it legal to be sacked by text message?

Losing your job – especially when you had no plans to leave your current employment – can come as a shock and have a significant financial impact. One aspect of dismissal that can particularly create conflict is how carefully the dismissal itself is...
How to tell if your redundancy is fair or not

How to tell if your redundancy is fair or not

Finding out that you have been made redundant usually sparks the beginning of an extremely stressful time. There might be credible reasons for your redundancy such as the business closing, moving to a new location or being taken over. But in some cases, you may have...