Zero hour contracts moves on to UK election agenda

Zero hour contracts moves on to UK election agenda

The issue of zero hour contracts is set to become one of the issues of the next UK general election on 7 May next year. Now the CIPD – the professional body for HR and people development – has stepped in offering its broad support to Labour party proposals to prevent the exploitative use of […]

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A Premier agreement that eases the pain for sacked football managers – and for everyone else too

A Premier agreement that eases the pain for sacked football managers – and for everyone else too

The rapid departure of Manchester United’s coach David Moyes highlights the benefit of a settlement agreement, explains Ewan Stafford, an employment law expert with Macleod & MacCallum, in Inverness, and part of the United Employment Lawyers’ network. There is nothing subtle about being a sacked Premier League manager in the frantic media spotlight. Scotsman David […]

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Ayrshire firms to get employment law advice at seminar

Ayrshire firms to get employment law advice at seminar

Ayrshire’s economy is picking up as summer approaches – but individuals looking for seasonal work and employers taking on part-timers need to be clear about changing employment law. The seminar, at Kylestrome Hotel, 11 Miller Road, Ayr, 7.45am for 8am to 9.30 am, on Friday 16th May, is being run by local legal firm AC […]

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