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Employment Solicitor: Why Employers Should Be Taking Stress at Work Seriously
Britain may be clawing her way out of an unprecedented economic downturn but the cost of the crash is far more than just financial. Stress is now the biggest cause of long-term absence from work in the UK according to the Chartered Institute of Personnel ...
07/17/2014

Will Obesity Qualify as a Disability under Disability Discrimination Law?
You may have seen news reports this week about an obese Danish child-minder fighting for his employment rights in the European Courts. Mr Kaltoft believes that he was sacked by his employer because he was fat. The European Court of Justice will decide whe ...
06/17/2014

What’s Age Got to Do with It? Asks Employment Solicitor
New research Slater & Gordon conducted into the experiences of over-40s in the workplace shows they believe their age is often a factor in decisions made about them at work, sometimes to their detriment. This is no surprise to me as an Employment Solicito ...
02/21/2014

Advice on How to Approach Difficult Performance Reviews At Work
What motivates you at work? For some it is their salary, for others getting on with work colleagues. A recent survey held the biggest single motivator is people’s enjoyment of their role. However, that same survey carried out by the Institute of Leaders ...
02/17/2014

Outten & Golden LLP: Jahan Sagafi Joins Firm to Lead New San Francisco Office
NEW YORK and SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire -- Outten & Golden LLP, the largest firm in the nation that represents employees exclusively, announces the opening of its San Francisco office. The partner in charge of the San Francisco office is Jah ...
01/28/2014

Employment Solicitor Offers Advice on The Dangers of Social Media
Most people will, I suspect, have had little sympathy for the Wandsworth Prison officer sacked and others that faced disciplinary action after photos of them wearing T-shirts saying ‘We Have Madeleine McCann’ during a drunken night out were posted on ...
01/24/2014

Employment Solicitor on why Non-Executive Directors should speak out
Non-executive directors of companies can and often do add real value to businesses, explains Employment Solicitor Julian Roskill............ They are there to give an independent perspective, using their particular skills, experience and knowledge. They h ...
12/03/2013

Understanding employment rights oveseas becoming more important for mobile Irish workforce
Working across different national boundaries for undertermined time periods can create grey areas when it comes to employment rights and tax obligations. A greatly reduced demand for workers in Ireland in recent years, coupled with skills shortages in rap ...
10/25/2013

Sexual harassment rife in the UK workplace: new study reveals
Six in ten working women have had a male colleague behave ‘inappropriately’ towards them, new research has revealed. The study showed that women were still subjected to sexist attitudes at work with the old clichés of men slipping a hand up their ski ...
10/25/2013

How do you go about challenging a bonus? Top UK Employment Lawyers explain
“I believe I was promised a bigger bonus than I was actually paid. How do I go about claiming what I believe I was promised?” What can you do if you believe your bonus was not as you had been led to believe? It is not always something easy to prove bu ...
10/24/2013

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