On 20th November 2017 we received the reserved judgment of the Manchester employment tribunal confirming our client had been successful in her claim for pregnancy related discrimination, among other things.
Louise Doyle had been employed by Associated Training Solutions Limited as a trainer/assessor for 1 year 11 months when she was dismissed due to allegations of gross misconduct. The...Read More
London, 16th November 2017 – Half day workshop
Julia Furley and Laura Pearce, two of JFH Law’s specialists in employment law, delivered the workshop Knowledge is power; getting to grips with the tribunal process, organised by the National Crime Officers Association (NCOA) This workshop took place on the 16th of November in London. The NCOA is a trade union for those who work at the...Read More
London, 30th November 2017 – A half day FREE workshop: 9am -1pm
Laura Pearce, one of JFH Law’s specialists in employment law, was delivering the workshop Employment Law; understanding the basics, in association with Building Legacies. This talk took place on the 30th of November from 9 am to 1pm at Good Hotel London, Royal Victoria Dock Western Gateway, London, E16 1FA.
Enfield, 26th September 2017
Updated on 28th September 2017
Julia Furley and Laura Pearce, two of JFH Law’s specialists in employment law, participated in the NLCCE Networking Event with Presentation on Employment Law, organised by the North London Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise. This talk took place on the 26th of September at the Kingfisher Hall Academy in Enfield.
DENTAL BULLETIN, ISSUE 24
4 Types of Apprenticeship
There are currently four types of apprenticeship in England:
1. Contracts of apprenticeship;
2. Apprenticeship agreements – these are applicable to contracts entered into before 26th May 2015 or where there is no approved apprenticeship standard (this is explained in more detail below) and that comply with the legal framework;...Read More
Since the 29th May 2013 the law changed to introduce new rules for filtering certain minor and old convictions and cautions from disclosure in criminal record checks (previously called CRB checks, now called DBS – as they are administered by the Disclosure and Barring Service).
Amended guidance for employers has now finally been published by the Government which suggests what employers...Read More