Supreme Court Decision on rolled up holiday pay for permanent part year workers
This decision will likely have a big impact on the education sector, who usually engage staff on permanent term-time only contracts and may have then worked out holiday pay using the 12.07% method.
Public transport strikes – your employment rights if you are unable to get to work
What happens if you can’t make it to work this week due to transport issues? Simon Roberts looks at some key legal facts.
What employers should do during a heatwave
What are an employer's obligations to employees when the weather gets too hot? Lewys Traylor gives the lowdown.
What employees need to know about NDAs and confidentiality clauses
What is a Non-Disclosure Agreement? Ryan James from DAS Law takes an in-depth look.
Let’s get this royal street party started!
Many people across the UK will be celebrating the Queen's Jubilee with a fun-filled street party, but what do you need to consider in preparation for the big day?
Can employees legally refuse to return to the workplace?
Across the country the calls for employees to return to the workplace. Simon Roberts, Senior Associate, at DAS Law, looks at what you need to know.
International Stress Awareness Month: your workplace rights
To mark International Stress Awareness Month, Simon Roberts takes a look at what the law says your employer needs to do about workplace stress.
Personal injury , Professional services disputes
What to do if your dream makeover turns into a nightmare
What rights do you have if you don’t like your new hair style? Do you still have to pay if you didn’t give you the look you wanted?
9 things employers need to know about apprenticeships
With National Apprenticeship Week here, we explain what employers need to consider regarding apprenticeship schemes and their legal obligations.
General advice , Employment disputes
Be on your best behaviour at your work Christmas party
A party that is being held outside the workplace should still be treated as an extension of the office.
General advice , Property disputes
How far you can legally go to stop people from playing a ‘trick’ on you this Halloween
Halloween is generally a ‘spooktacular’ time for all but a few bad apples can spoil the fun. So what can you do if someone chooses to play a trick and damages your property?
Accidents at work , Protecting your business
How to keep your workers safe during Farm Safety Week
Mark Woodman, Solicitor at DAS Law, looks at what farmers are legally required to do to keep both themselves and their workers safe.
Employment disputes , Growing your business , Protecting your business , Setting up a business
Farming tenancies: what you need to know
Mark Woodman, Solicitor at DAS Law, looks at what farmers need to know regarding a Farm Business Tenancy.