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Rocky road ahead for ACAS early bird intervention

Posted on May 05, 2014 By In Events and seminars

One of the founding fathers of ACAS predicts a rocky transition to the compulsory early-bird intervention required before parties can proceed to a full-blown employment tribunal. Colin McGrath, an employment tribunal member in Manchester for over 30 years, who lives in the Scottish Borders, says there are likely to be

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Does Michelle’s underwear case reveal more than we need to know?

Posted on Feb 15, 2014 By In Employment news

The high profile case of Scotland’s underwear entrepreneur Michelle Mone shows once again how Employment Tribunals continue to attract massive public interest. According to media coverage of this case, Ms Mone – of Ultimo bra frame – was ‘very demanding’ on one of her accountancy staff. Hugh McGinley, an accountant

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Bridge delays will have an impact on getting to work on time

Posted on Feb 10, 2014 By In Employment news

Ewan Stafford, of Macleod & MacCallum in Inverness, and a member of United Employment Lawyers, discusses the thorny issues when getting to work on time is a major headache. The Kessock Bridge is the gateway to the far North of Scotland and a vital link on the A9 road network.

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