Employee accused of ‘faking’ mental health conditions wins victimisation claim
August 16th, 2018
News that an employee accused of ‘faking’ her mental health issues has been awarded more than £8,000 for victimisation by an Employment Tribunal has caught the attention of London employment lawyers, Joelson.
Teenager ‘targeted’ by Pizza Hut supervisor wins sexual harassment claim
August 13th, 2018
News that an Employment Tribunal has awarded a Pizza Hut receptionist £15,000 in a claim for sexual harassment has caught the attention of London employment lawyers, Joelson.
Gambling operators notified of upcoming changes to the LCCP
August 8th, 2018
On 1 August 2018, the Gambling Commission published a response to its early 2018 consultation into advertising regulations, unfair terms and disputes. The Commission’s response sets out the its proposals to strengthen the requirement on operators to deliver fair and open gambling and proposed changes to its Licence Conditions and Codes of Practice (LCCP). The … Continue reading “Gambling operators notified of upcoming changes to the LCCP”
Royal Mail shareholders reject new executive pay package
August 6th, 2018
This week, London employment solicitors Joelson look at news that a huge 70 per cent of shareholders have rejected plans to increase the executive pay of the postal service’s new boss.
Counterfeit concerns: Burberry destroys £28 million worth of stock
July 31st, 2018
Over five years £105 million worth of unwanted stock has been destroyed by the upmarket British label.
Assurance of EU funding until at least 2020 in a ‘no deal’ scenario is a welcome move for businesses, say London corporate solicitors Joelson
July 30th, 2018
In a new announcement, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, said businesses, universities and local organisations which receive funding through EU programmes will be supported by the UK Government – even if it fails to reach a deal with the EU.
Transgender employees and reporting gender pay gaps
July 30th, 2018
In this article, London employment lawyers Joelson explores the issues surrounding transgender employees and gender pay gap reporting.
New licensing policy for Hackney met with fierce opposition
July 30th, 2018
News that a strict new licensing policy unveiled for the London Borough of Hackney in recent days has been met with fierce opposition has caught the attention of London licensing solicitors Joelson. In recent days, it has emerged that any new bars, pubs and entertainment venues opening up in the area will be required to … Continue reading “New licensing policy for Hackney met with fierce opposition”
Residential landlords reminded to prepare for upcoming Section 21 changes
July 24th, 2018
Daniel Swimer, Head of the Real Estate Litigation team at London property litigation solicitors, Joelson, is reminding residential landlords to make sure they are prepared for the important changes to the steps required to terminate an assured shorthold tenancy (AST), which will apply to all ASTs from 1 October 2018, regardless of when those tenancies … Continue reading “Residential landlords reminded to prepare for upcoming Section 21 changes”
Transgender woman brings discrimination claim against courier company
July 20th, 2018
A discrimination claim involving a gig economy worker has caught the eye of London employment lawyers Joelson.
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