Employment Law News


Driving diversity and inclusion in your talent acquisition process

 8th January 2021      Private: Bond Williams

For many businesses, inclusion and diversity is one of the leading issues on the agenda as we move into 2021. Although simply saying that you welcome, recognise and champion difference… Read more »

Employment Law Update

Paul Burton, Head of Employment Law at Frettens Solicitors provides us with an update on employment law and what has changed since April this year. To say a lot has… Read more »

 8th December 2020      Private: Bond Williams

Homeworking: The legalities and the practicalities

Chris Dobbs, specialist employment & HR solicitor at Frettens, has written several recent articles on home-working and the use of employee monitoring techniques. Here, he consolidates these articles and explores this… Read more »

 3rd November 2020      Private: Bond Williams

Dealing with sexual harassment in the workplace

On the back of #MeToo movement, employment lawyers have seen a sharp increase in the number of very sensitive queries and claims related to sexual harassment in the workplace, which… Read more »

 24th February 2020      Private: Bond Williams

Ethical Veganism: A protected belief

As we come to the end of Veganuary, the newest member of Frettens’ specialist employment team, Chris Dobbs, looks at the recent ruling, in which the Norwich tribunal has decided… Read more »

 30th January 2020      Private: Bond Williams

Employment Tribunal Claims – settle or fight?

How many calls and texts have you had about a potential claim for PPI or an ‘accident’ you have had in the last three years? We all know that we… Read more »

 16th January 2020      Private: Bond Williams

Employment Law Update 2020

Earlier this month, we had a full house again for our Annual Employment Law Update with Frettens. More than 100 HR professionals joined us for the event, during which Employment… Read more »

 16th March 2020      Claire Bond

Employers need to prepare for new tax regulations ahead of April

Aon Employee Benefits, the UK health and benefits business of Aon plc (NYSE:AON), has said that its Benefits and Trends Survey 2018 showed 41% of employers are unaware of the… Read more »

 16th March 2018      Louise Woodward (Chartered MCIPD)

Frettens Solicitors: Employment law update January 2018

Paul Burton is an employment solicitor and Associate at Frettens Solicitors, working in partnership with Bond Williams. Paul specialises in both contentious and non-contentious matters, including unfair dismissal, discrimination, TUPE,… Read more »

 5th January 2018      Claire Bond

IR35 Contractor rules explained

Are you ‘Self Employed’? The first and most important point is to establish whether you are ’employed’ or ‘self-employed’ under HMRC’s terms. The ambiguity of the ’employment status’ guidelines does… Read more »

 12th December 2017      Charmaine Padfield

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