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Employment contracts

Zero-hours contracts. In this blog we look at some of the practical considerations and potential pitfalls of using these types of contracts.

2020-01-14T14:24:12+00:00

A zero-hours contract is a type of contract used by employers under which a worker or employee has no set hours of work. There is no obligation on the employer to guarantee any hours of work and the employee is paid only for the work that is done. The House of Commons Briefing Paper (published [...]

Zero-hours contracts. In this blog we look at some of the practical considerations and potential pitfalls of using these types of contracts.2020-01-14T14:24:12+00:00

Worker status and the “gig economy”

2019-07-04T13:08:16+01:00

More and more individuals are now looking for greater flexibility in the way that they work which in turn has led to the emergence of what is known as the “gig economy". This is based on a new model of working where individuals are engaged by businesses on a flexible, ad hoc basis. This new [...]

Worker status and the “gig economy”2019-07-04T13:08:16+01:00

Have you reviewed your employment contract recently?

2019-07-04T13:08:56+01:00

Have you reviewed your employment contract recently? If not, your business could be at risk of a legal claim. Your employment contract is the most important employment law document you have. It is essential to ensure that it is always up to date and legally compliant. For example, recent changes in employment law will have [...]

Have you reviewed your employment contract recently?2019-07-04T13:08:56+01:00