Is Garden Leave always the right option?

The Article below appeared in a recent edition of People Management.  If you have any questions, please call me! Keeping departing executives out of the office could allow contractual breaches to go undetected Garden leave clauses allow an employer to exclude an employee from its business for

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Zero Hours Contracts – Consultation

During the Liberal Democrat Autumn Conference 2013, Business Secretary, Vince Cable, announced his decision to launch a consultation on zero-hours contracts later this year. He stated that the consultation will “explore how to tackle any abuses, particularly around exclusivity”. This follows a review by BIS officials on the growth

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Auto-enrolment

I have commented at length about the Auto-enrolment and I found this list of Do’s and Don’ts which I thought would be useful for you.  The list has been compiled by NEST… Nest has launched its five dos and don’t for employers preparing to auto-enroll staff: Employer

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Third party harassment

Third party harassment provisions are being repealed from 1 October meaning that the rules that previously made an employer liable if an employee is harassed by a third party (such as a client or supplier) no longer apply. Jonathan Exten-Wright, partner at DLA Piper, said: “Protection against

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