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Covid 19 effect on Employment Law FAQ’s
21st April 2020
With the implementation of the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Business Closure) (England) Regulations 2020, which came into forms on the 21st March 2020, there have been many uncertainties and frequently asked questions to clarify the responsibilities of employers and employees during this
Job Retention Scheme Update
20th April 2020
We have been advised by HMRC that the Job retention scheme shall now be launched on the 20th April 2020 and all claims should be made though the online Government Gateway under PAYE. In order to claim your employees must be employed as of
Government’s Job Retention Scheme
30th March 2020
This scheme applies to all UK employers, big or small, whereby they have had to “furloughed workers”, which means their work / attendance at work, is no longer required due to drop in business or Coronavirus impact, i.e. the business has
Information for Employers and Employees during the Corona Virus Pandemic
23rd March 2020
Whilst we are entering this unprecedented time we set out here a summary of the Government issued emergency measures and advice to assist both Employees and Employers. If you require expert advice and any further information please contact our employment team.
We would like to welcome Ed Turner
13th February 2018
We would like to welcome Ed Turner to Berlad Graham. Ed is a Company/Commercial and Employment Solicitor.
Bullying and harassment in the workplace
11th November 2016
Bullying and Harassment are two issue that can arise whilst at work and can lead to health problems such as anxiety, depression and stress. Behaviour of this nature can also cause, and often does create, division in the workplace.
Azra Malik – Employment Law Expert
7th October 2016
Azra is an expert in employment law as well as civil and commercial matters. She is an experienced negotiator and mediator with knowledge across a wide range of sectors.
Employment – Disciplinary action
5th October 2016
Are you facing a Disciplinary at work and want to know your rights. Has your employer given you a warning about your conduct or poor performance.
STING IN THE TAIL
27th September 2016
Discrimination claims are hard to win because of their very nature that the evidence must be factual and very strong; any weakness is pounced on by the opposition and can result in a costs order against you and/or your advisors.Claimants do not bring their cases lightly to the Tribunal.
Azra Malik – Berlad Graham’s latest Consultant
5th September 2016
Azra’s clients describe her as efficient, personable, direct and sincere. Her imaginative, innovative and balancing approach to dispute resolution means that her cases are resolved quickly and always in the best interests of customers.