The HR Headmistress' blog

Deciding To Dismiss – The Action Of Last Resort

27th January 2012

Employing people can be hard work, especially those who put in a grievance on the grounds that you’re bullying them and go off sick with stress as soon as you tell them that they are falling below the standards required by the organization.

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Unauthorised Leave On Christmas Eve

3rd January 2012

Mrs Stott was employed by the retailer Next and had a clean employment record. She was contracted to work eight hours per week and regularly worked four hours overtime per week. In October 2010 she paid a £50 deposit to attend her...

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Employment Law Update - Sickness And Holidays

20th December 2011

The decision in Stringer v HMRC clearly established that workers on long-term sick leave accumulate statutory holiday throughout their absence. If the worker is absent for many years, but remains an employee (as might happen if the employer...

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How To Stop Your Goose Being Cooked This Christmas

6th December 2011

It is Christmas party time again. Every year without fail my clients say “Oh Kate, for goodness sake, stop fussing ......!” And every year someone comes back to me and says “Errrm, didn’t take your advice; matey boy got...

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Employment Law Update – Bank Holidays And Part Time Workers

11th November 2011

Today is the 11th November. All over the world, people will be honouring the men and women whom lost their lives in the First and Second World Wars. Many will also be have the war in the Gulf in mind and thinking about the soldiers currently...

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