Category Archives: Employment Law

Record numbers of working people bringing employment disputes

It seems like a strange thing to celebrate; a record number of people so unhappy about their work that they resort to the tribunal system as the only way to find a solution, but that is what the Departmant of … Continue reading

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How restrictive is a restrictive covenant?

The loft of my home is not somewhere that I venture on a regular basis, but out of the blue I decided to tidy it up. Deep in the darkness I found a box, well more of a chest with … Continue reading

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Discussing Deferred Prosecution Agreements on BBC Radio York

Michael Millward joined Elly Fiorentini host of the BBC Radio York Drive Show to discuss the new Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) which has been introduced by the Ministry of Justice as the latest move to combat corporate crime. Organisations rarely … Continue reading

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Changes to dismissal rules discussed on BBC Radio York

It will shake-up employee relations and could undermine good employee and performance management practices said Michael Millward when discussing the announcement of a package of employment reforms by Business Secretary Vince Cable with BBC Radio York Drive Show presenter Elly … Continue reading

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