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Employment Law Top Five: Employment documents that every employer should have
While there are many other policies that can bring significant legal protections for an employer, the documents set out in this article are the minimum that even the smallest of employers should have in place.
Employment Law for Employers Q&A: Unlawful Workplace Discrimination
In this employment law Q&A, Head of Employment Deborah West provides a general overview of unlawful discrimination in the workplace.
Steele Raymond welcomes newly qualified solicitor to its top-tier Company and Commercial team
Leading South Coast law firm Steele Raymond has welcomed Zaeem Mughal, a newly qualified solicitor, to its Legal 500 top-tier Company and Commercial team.
A Training Contract on the South Coast – Sun, Sea and CPSE’s
It’s Friday, 6:00AM. I’m not usually up this early but I checked the surf forecast last night and it is pumping. I grab a coffee, my wetsuit and a change of clothes and slip out my flat without waking my flat mates.
Five key promotions at law firm Steele Raymond LLP
Steele Raymond LLP has announced further key promotions as part of its continuing commitment to recognising and promoting talent within the firm.
Family Mediation Voucher Scheme: What you need to know
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has launched a Family Mediation Voucher Scheme which will provide contributions of up to £500 per case/family to help resolve issues relating to children following parental separation.
Employment Law Top Five: Practical tips for employers conducting disciplinary proceedings
From multinationals to start-ups, businesses of all sizes need to be in a position to effectively manage disciplinary situations, not only to avoid costly employment disputes but also to maintain a motivated and efficient workforce.
Employment Law for Employers Q&A: Handling dismissals fairly
For employers, the dismissal of employees is unlikely to be a regular occurrence but is equally one that will be unavoidable from time to time.