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Joining UEL

Posted on Aug 20, 2014 By In News from the UEL network

Does your law firm have a clear picture of its ambition? Do your lawyers still arrive at work each day wanting to make a difference to the world? The lawyers who make up the United Employment Lawyers network, created in 2013, certainly adhere to this ethos. They all want to

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My job’s gone but my boss won’t pay me off

Posted on Jun 13, 2014 By In The Expert View

Duncan McFadzean, director of ELP Arbuthnott McClanachan and a member of United Employment Lawyers, raises the thorny case of what an employee can do when their employer won’t make them redundant. Most employees do not really want to lose their jobs. But what if your role at work is changed

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A fine time to build a flexible workplace

Posted on Jun 10, 2014 By In Employment news

Adelle Morris, (pictured, left) an employment lawyer with Grigor & Young in Elgin, hails the extension of flexible working as a benefit for all – provided the guidelines for employee and employers are clear. The right to request flexible working is crucial to many carers who look after young children,

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