Employment Law In The UK
Employment Law Guide
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Use the free employment law guide from Lawrite to find information about employment rights and employment law in the UK.
Topics covered by the employment law guide include: The contract of employment; workers or self-employed status; part-time workers; fixed-term employees; wages; national minimum wage; working time; work breaks and annual leave; disciplinary and grievance procedures; the right to be accompanied; unfair dismissal; wrongful dismissal; constructive dismissal; redundancy; rights for working parents; employment tribunals; the Equality Act and discrimination at work; and health and safety at work.
Employees who are offered an employment settlement agreement by their employer must seek independent legal advice from a lawyer before they sign the agreement and this is usually paid for by their employer.
Employment tribunals are a system of courts that have authority to deal with a number of different types of employment law claims and disputes arising between an employer and their employees.
There is a summary of employment rights here:
Use our Employment Law Guide to find out about: Employment Law; Working Parents; Dismissals; Equality And Discrimination; Bullying And Harassment; Right To Be Accompanied; Grievance Procedure; Disciplinary Procedure; Contract Of Employment; Employee Handbook; Time Off Work; Absence From Work; Holidays; Sickness And Sick Pay; Notice Period; Redundancy; Flexible Working; Part Time Workers; Terms And Conditions Of Employment; Employment Settlement Agreements; Health And Safety.
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- Employer Checks
- Employment Law
- Employment Law Documents
- Employment Rights
- Employment Tribunals
- Health and Safety
- Settlement Agreement
- Time Off Work
- Types Of Employment
- Working Parents
Bishopsgate Law employment lawyers provide independent legal advice about employment settlement agreements, and represent employees and employers at employment tribunals.
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