Braving the storms: what every employee and employer needs to know about winter commuting
If you run your own business, bad weather can cause chaos when staff can’t get in. What employment law regulations are in place when handling transport troubles in winter?
Do employees get extra pay on a leap year day?
Every four years, many workers find themselves cramming an extra day of work into an already packed year. But are workers in the UK entitled to extra pay for this extra work?
My employer is advertising my job. Where do I stand?
DAS Law’s Lauren Woolf explains what to do if you find out your employer has been advertising your job without informing you that you are being dismissed.
General advice , Employment disputes
Beware the perils of sharing colleagues’ Christmas party antics on social media
Are people allowed to record and share your more embarrassing moments without your permission? What does the law have to say?
Employment disputes , Goods and services disputes
All you need to know about tipping
Are we legally obliged to tip? Does that money actually go to the staff or is it kept by the business owner? Thomas Pertaia has the answers.
International Stress Awareness Week: your workplace rights
To mark International Stress Awareness Week, Hannah Parsons, a solicitor at DAS Law, takes a look at what the law says your employer needs to do about stress.
Employment disputes , Protecting your business
Health and safety and computers
Employers need to manage the risks to their employees of working at computers for long periods of time. DAS Law’s Bethan Mack explains.
Is there a time limit for providing an employee with a P45?
As an employer, you are required to tell HMRC when somebody leaves or retires, and deduct and pay the correct tax and National Insurance.
What you need to know about pay and wages
The law seeks to provide a fair structure and ensure that we are appropriately compensated for our efforts, and that employers cannot underpay or exploit us when it comes to our wages.
How to deal with mental health discrimination at work
There are legal protections in place to support those with a mental health condition. Here’s what you need to know if you are being treated unfairly at work because of your mental health.
Don’t get a red card while watching the World Cup at work
If you are planning on watching World Cup matches at work there are a number of important things to consider.
Can your boss force you to work the August Bank Holiday?
Can you refuse to work on a bank holiday? DAS Law’s Hannah Parsons outlines your rights.
Employment disputes , Goods and services disputes , Professional services disputes
Is the customer always right when it comes to alcohol and pregnancy?
A recent Reddit post sparked debate on personal accountability and the rights of serving staff when it comes to alcohol. Larna Mason explains what the law says.