Helpful Guides

Our guides and FAQs cut through the jargon and provide simple answers to complex legal questions. If you need to talk to someone, our team are always on hand to offer advice and support.

Advice for Employees, Employment

Discretionary bonus – What are you entitled to?

Some employers may offer a bonus scheme, whereby it states in your contract that an agreed reward, a ‘bonus’, is payable on certain conditions. .

Advice for Employees, Advice for Employers, Employment

Employment Contract – What Should Be Included?

An Employment Contract is a binding legal agreement between Employer and Employee and contains the agreed terms as to the Employees employment. .

Advice for Employees, Advice for Employers, Employment

Different Types Of Workers And Their Rights

It can be difficult to ascertain what type of worker you are, however, this is very important to establish as it can significantly impact the rights you have and any potential claims you may have against your employer. .

Advice for Employees, Advice for Employers, Employment

Drafting Restrictive Covenants | Employment Contracts

A Restrictive Covenant is usually a clause within an Employment Contract which restricts an employee from poaching, soliciting, or dealing with the business’ clients. .

Advice for Employees, Employment

When should I receive my redundancy payment?

Redundancy refers to the loss of a job due to business circumstances.

Advice for Employees, Employment

How to handle mental health discrimination at work

Mental health discrimination in the workplace is the act of an individual receiving discriminatory treatment as a direct result of a mental health condition that they would not otherwise receive without the condition. .

Advice for Employees, Advice for Employers, Employment

What is TUPE?

The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 – also referred to as TUPE – exist in order to protect employees when a business changes ownership. .

Advice for Employees, Employment

Restrictive covenants in your employment contract

Restrictive covenants are conditions placed within a contract of employment to protect an employers interest should that employee leave. .

Advice for Employees, Advice for Employers

Introduction to the Employment Tribunal Process

An employment tribunal resolves employment disputes between employers and employees.

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