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The HR Headmistress' blog
18th December 2019
Following Matthew Taylor’s report in 2017, now often referred to simply as “Good Work” for brevity, the Government adopted a recommendation that workers are given a written statement of their main employment terms at an early...
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11th December 2019
Today much of our communication is via social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. If employees breach their employer’s social media policy during working hours and/ or on company equipment, they will face...
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23rd October 2019
Time off from work is a precious benefit and highly valued by employees. Some organisations go a step further and offer extra time off from the working life – a sort of mid-life gap year - and these have come to be known as sabbaticals.
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12th September 2018
Custom and practice is one of ways in which employment terms may vary an employment contract. In order for a term to become implied by custom and practice it must be “reasonable, notorious and certain”.
The term varying the contract...
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