Employment Blawg

Can I claim unfair dismissal if I don’t have 12 months continuous service?

September 5, 2012

Most workers are aware of the existence of their right to claim unfair dismissal if their employment is (unfairly) terminated. However, although workers are aware of the abstract nature of the right, they are often unaware of the most basic content of the right to claim unfair dismissal. One of the most basic elements is […]

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Get Rid of Those Pesky Workplace Issues with Mediation

August 29, 2012

Mediation in the workplace can benefit both the employer and the employee because it offers solutions that are creative, timely, and mutually acceptable if a disagreement goes through the process soon after it appears. At that point, the possibility of resolving it satisfactorily is greater because the differences between those involved in the dispute have […]

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Top 5 most viewed employment law blogs on LabourBlawg: May-June 2012

June 30, 2012

Below are the top 5 most viewed employment law blog posts published on LabourBlawg over May and June this year (out of a total of 10 blawg posts published during that period). These have been ranked by the number of pageviews according to Google Analytics, which is often a useful indicator of quality of the […]

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23 of the best: employment law blogs and news from last week

March 26, 2012

Below are ten of last week’s best employment law blogs and news posts from around the web. If you have published or found a useful employment law-related post that isn’t mentioned, please do add a link to the comments section below. Transfer of Undertakings: Johnson Controls Ltd v Mr Campbell/United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority | […]

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Welcome to Labour Blawg

April 24, 2011

Welcome to Labour Blawg. This is a legal news service on employment law for employment law solicitors and the general public on all employment law issues, as they affect both employers and employees. Some of the most common employment law issues relate to employment contracts, discrimination law including sex discrimination, age discrimination and disability discrimination […]

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