Frettens Employment Law News

WE GO THE EXTRA MILE. EVERY DAY.

Employers need to prepare for new tax regulations ahead of April

 16th March 2018      Louise Woodward (Chartered MCIPD)

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 »

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


Employment Tribunals – Bond Williams presentation 13th June 2013

Presented By Paul Burton of Frettens Solicitors Types of Claims A long list, but the main ones are: Unfair Dismissal Discrimination Redundancy Payment Wrongful Dismissal (Notice Pay) Unlawful Deduction of… Read more »


 13th June 2013      Charmaine Padfield


Fixed-term contracts

Does time worked under a training scheme count towards the four years a fixed-term employee needs to become permanent? No, held the Court of Appeal in Hudson v Department of… Read more »


 18th December 2012      Charmaine Padfield


Frettens Update: Deadline for agreement on reform of Working Time Directive extended

The European Commission has agreed to extend the period for EU countries to agree on reform of the EU Working Time Directive to 31 December 2012. Negotiations had begun in… Read more »


 27th September 2012      Charmaine Padfield


Frettens Update: Dismissals involving accumulated warnings

When considering the fairness of a dismissal based on accumulated disciplinary warnings, may a tribunal look behind earlier warnings? No, says the Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) in Wincanton Group v… Read more »


 31st January 2013      Charmaine Padfield


Holiday pay – the law

By Suzi Dixon, Community Editor Are you a member of our LinkedIn group? Join here Did you know that if your staff regularly sign up for extra overtime, you need… Read more »


 22nd April 2015      Charmaine Padfield


Employers: Top three employment law changes in 2016 that you need to know

  Changes are set to come into effect in the following months that could cause a considerable impact for your business in a number of HR areas, especially if you… Read more »


 7th January 2016      Charmaine Padfield


September 2016 Employment Law Update – Frettens Solicitors

  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,… Read more »


 2nd September 2016      Charmaine Padfield


Keep in touch
telephone