Allay Ltd (UK) v Mr S Gehlen

This week's case is an important one for businesses who are seeking to reduce potential liability in the respect of the actions of their employees and workers. In essence, the EAT have said that any diversity and equality training that has gone "stale" and out of date will not allow an employer to argue that they [...]

PJH Law News – E-Learning Courses

The GDPR is here and hopefully, you are all aware and compliant. The good news is that you will no longer receive reminder emails, double opt-in emails, reconfirmation of data protection policy emails or our plugs to buy training courses. However, following the success of our GDPR course – which can still be purchased here (final plug, promise) […]

By |2019-12-23T20:11:43+00:00May 31st, 2018|E Learning, PJH & Industry News|0 Comments

GDPR E-Learning Training Course

The General Data Protection Regulation comes into force in just two weeks. Thankfully, there is still chance to grab the final few discounts for our E-Learning course. This offer is limited to the first 50 people who input the code. Once those 50 discounts have been used there will be no more discounts. To get […]

By |2019-12-23T20:16:51+00:00May 10th, 2018|E Learning, GDPR, PJH & Industry News|0 Comments

GDPR E-Learning Course

Before we begin, a quick thank you to everyone who has purchased our GDPR e-learning course, we would be interested to hear your feedback on the course. To anyone who has yet to prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation, it comes into force on 25th May 2018. Companies who breach the regulation will face […]

By |2019-12-24T16:23:06+00:00April 12th, 2018|E Learning, PJH & Industry News|0 Comments

PJH Law News – Seminar Success

Thank you to everyone who attended our 15th Annual Seminar. We hope you enjoyed the sessions and the feedback we received seems to suggest attendees found the sessions interesting and informative. We would also like to thank Sonia Braybrook and JMP Solicitors for their session, we found it very useful and enjoyed learning about an […]

By |2017-04-03T10:55:17+00:00April 3rd, 2017|E Learning|0 Comments

Minimum wage offenders – Latest list published

Welcome back, last week our case law update covered the highly influential Pilmlico Plumbers case. This week, as it’s the last Friday of the month, it’s time to step away from the world of case law and take a wider view at the changing face of employment law. Not only that, we have some very […]

By |2017-02-24T11:07:39+00:00February 24th, 2017|E Learning|0 Comments

Trade Unions – New Balloting Rules

You may remember our forecast for 2017 included the implementation of the Trade Union Bill. From 1st March 2017, the Trade Union Act 2016, will come into force. The Act requires 50% turnout on any strike votes. It also requires more information to be included on voting papers, unions appointing a picketing supervisor on all […]

By |2017-02-24T10:56:26+00:00February 24th, 2017|E Learning|0 Comments

PJH Law Seminar – Book your place now

Thank you to everyone who expressed interest in our seminar last week. This year’s seminar will have sessions on employment law changes coming into force this April, gender pay gap reporting, changes to taxing Settlement Agreements, cases with significant HR impact over the past 12 months, and, a session on existing Directors by guest speaker, […]

By |2017-02-24T10:49:57+00:00February 24th, 2017|E Learning|0 Comments

PJH Law News – New Solicitor and Website

It’s been a month of change here and we have a lot to tell you. First of all, we would like to introduce the newest member of our team, solicitor Samantha Crombie Secondly, we have a shiny new website. Our new site is a bit more modern and also mobile friendly. We also have several […]

By |2017-02-24T10:46:36+00:00February 24th, 2017|E Learning|0 Comments

PJH Law news – court of appeal and home working

PJH Law was recently involved in a case that was heard in the Court of Appeal. This case, in our view, widens the scope for gross misconduct for senior managers. It also laid to rest an argument that dismissal can be delayed if the dismissal amounts to a breach of contract. We would also like […]

By |2017-02-03T11:44:45+00:00February 3rd, 2017|E Learning|0 Comments

Snow policies and working from home

Hello, we apologise for not sending a case law update this week. Unfortunately there have not been any judgments that easily transfer into practical advice yet this year. However, we would like to remind you about a piece we ran this time last year about severe weather policies. Last year it wasn’t needed however this […]

By |2017-01-13T11:34:20+00:00January 13th, 2017|E Learning|0 Comments

Autumn Statement – Statutory Maternity & Sick Pay Rates increase

There were several announcement made by the Chancellor, Phillip Hammond, in the Autumn Statement that will impact employment law. Incidentally this might be the last Autumn Statement, as one of the announcements was to abolish them! In April 2017, the rates employers have to pay will go up for the first time since April 2015. […]

By |2016-12-02T13:03:37+00:00December 2nd, 2016|E Learning|0 Comments

Autumn Statement – National Living Wage – Lower than expected increase

And for our Autumn Statement – Another thing on the rise is the National Living Wage. As you will probably already know any employee over the age of 25 is entitled to the National Living Wage, which has risen by 30p to £7.50. This is 14p below the predicted 2017 rate of £7.64, meaning the average […]

By |2016-12-02T13:00:57+00:00December 2nd, 2016|E Learning|0 Comments