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6 things an ER manager should focus on in their first 90 days

6 things an ER manager should focus on in their first 90 days

Joining a new business can be daunting – and that is why the first three months are crucial in determining how firmly you hit the ground running.

We're hiring! Employment Lawyer – Tribunal Claim Handling – Working from Home

We're hiring! Employment Lawyer – Tribunal Claim Handling – Working from Home

We require an experienced employment lawyer to join our team. The role will involve handling a caseload of Employment Tribunal claims on behalf of employers...

Gender Pay Gap Reporting – The clock is ticking

Gender Pay Gap Reporting – The clock is ticking

The deadline for private and voluntary sector employers who had 250 or more employees on 5 April 2017 to publish their gender pay gap information is rapidly approaching...

We're recruiting!

We're recruiting!

ESP Law Limited is a new type of law Firm. We want lawyers to concentrate on giving practical, commercial, solutions based advice to our customers on the premise of fantastic, world class customer service...

After Uber and Deliveroo – what does “worker status” actually mean?

After Uber and Deliveroo – what does “worker status” actually mean?

It has been a busy few weeks for the definition of “employment status” with two important decisions being issued on the status of individuals working within the growing “gig economy”. The first decision was a decision in the EAT about the employment status of Uber drivers and the second was a...

Holiday Pay Disarray – King v The Sash Window Workshop Limited

Holiday Pay Disarray – King v The Sash Window Workshop Limited

This momentous ECJ ruling is expected to bring holiday pay litigation back to the top of the agenda for many employers in the UK. The consequences of this ruling are far-reaching and potentially financially disastrous for some business models. The ECJ has again made it abundantly clear that the...

The Uber decision – What does it mean and why is it so important?

The Uber decision – What does it mean and why is it so important?

Just over a week ago, Uber lost its appeal against the decision of the London Central Employment Tribunal that Uber drivers were workers rather than self-employed contractors. The EAT upheld the Employment Tribunal’s decision that the Uber drivers were workers and therefore entitled to the...

Uber drivers are “workers” confirms the EAT

Uber drivers are “workers” confirms the EAT

Breaking news – Uber has lost its appeal on the employment status of its drivers.

Mental health at work

Mental health at work

An independent review on how employers can better support the mental health of employees, including those with mental health problems or poor well-being, was published last week...

The Apprenticeship Levy

The Apprenticeship Levy

The Government’s introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy in England has received much publicity. Thousands more apprenticeships are expected to be created with qualifications designed to make this a qualification route of choice for many more people...

Sponsor Management Series – Compliance as a Sponsor of Migrant Workers

Sponsor Management Series – Compliance as a Sponsor of Migrant Workers

In the second edition of our series on migrant worker sponsor management, we look at some of the obligations sponsors must adhere to.

Employment Status – Addison Lee drivers are workers

Employment Status – Addison Lee drivers are workers

In the case of M Lange & Others v Addison Lee Limited an employment tribunal has ruled that a group of Addison Lee drivers were workers and not self-employed...