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Legal updates and news

20th

November

2015

Newsletter 17: Schools beware – use of fixed term contracts

Document by Natalie Spink | Employment Solicitor (click here to view her profile) What is a fixed term contract? A fixed term contract is a contract of employment that clearly states how and when it will end. This is generally on the expiry of a specific date, completing a specific task, or the occurrence of [...]

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22nd

November

2013

Christmas parties – the employer’s minefield

It’s (nearly) Christmas and it’s party time… Most employers now understand that the office Christmas party will be considered to be on work time and so employers will be responsible for the actions of their employees. As we all know, with high spirits comes a much higher risk of staff acting inappropriately towards their colleagues. As [...]

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2nd

July

2013

How You Can Avoid Fixed-Term Staff Becoming Permanent

In the main, the law on when fixed-term staff become permanent employees is very clear. If you employ someone on a fixed-term basis for four years they become permanent staff. According to the Fixed-Term Employees (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2002, this is always the case “unless employment on a fixed-term contract is objectively [...]

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