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Employment

Our commentators cast their eye over the latest developments in the field of employment law, and dig deeply into the legislation which impacts upon your daily work.

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Workplace stress – rights and responsibilities

Luke Whitmore - Law on the Web

  1. 04 November 2015
  2. Employment
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For National Stress Awareness Day, we’re taking a look at what the law says your employer needs to do about stress.

Destructive practices – are you a victim of constructive dismissal?

Luke Whitmore - Law on the Web

  1. 16 October 2015
  2. Employment
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If you feel like you've been forced out of your job, you may have been a victim of what is known as ‘constructive dismissal’ - and you may be able to bring a claim against your former employer.

Dealing with mental health discrimination at work

Luke Whitmore - Law on the Web

  1. 08 October 2015
  2. Employment
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One problem that affects many people with mental health issues is discrimination in the workplace, but there are a number of legal protections aimed at preventing this.

State of pay – a look at this year's National Minimum Wage increase

Luke Whitmore - Law on the Web

  1. 01 October 2015
  2. Employment
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The National Minimum Wage underwent its annual increase today, rising to £6.70 an hour, as the income of low-paid workers sees renewed focus.

Save yourself – how to boost your pension when self-employed

James Watkins - Law on the Web

  1. 10 September 2015
  2. Employment
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if you are self-employed, a pension is as important a source of security for the future as it is for your average employee – here's how to get the most out of yours.