Do employees have a right to work from…

Major City bank BNY Mellon  came under fire from employees recently after announcing that it was ending its work from home scheme. Many employees vented that this was a huge step backwards in employment working…

Free Employment Law Seminars in North Wales

Organised by Supertemps and their IT, engineering and executive brand S2 Recruitment, the legal sessions will take place on March 26 at M-SParc in Gaerwen on Anglesey, and at the OpTIC Centre, St Asaph, on…

North Wales Employment Law expert: UK should be…

North Wales-based employment law specialist Ian Winrow explains why the UK's record on maternity discrimination is something we should definitely improve: Just over a week ago, the UK joined the rest of the world in…

New tribunal ruling could affect ‘thousands’ of music…

An employment tribunal ruling could affect the employment rights of thousands of peripatetic music teachers across the UK. Employment specialist barrister Mugni Islam-Choudhury, of No5 Barristers’ Chambers has successfully argued that a peripatetic music teacher…

Is ageism widespread in the workplace?

Paul Holcroft, Associate Director of Croner, considers whether ageism is widespread following a recent ET decision: An employment tribunal recently found that the dismissal of 88-year-old Eileen Jolly, a medical secretary at Royal Berkshire NHS…

Budget ‘good news for pensions’ says specialist Law…

Sacker & Partners LLP (Sackers), the UK’s leading specialist law firm for pensions and retirement savings, reacted positively to yesterday’s Government’s Budget statement. Lucy Dunbar, partner at Sackers, commented: “The budget should be seen as…