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 [...]

Employment Law update – Summary of changes

The annual Employment Law update is next month. The biggest changes are as follows: National Minimum Wage rates increase on the 1st April Family friendly pay rates increase on 2nd April Statutory Sick pay increase on 6th April Gender Pay Gap Reporting Regulations come into force on 6th April – however, the snapshot date is [...]

Council Officers Sacked For Office Romp

Deaf snipers, knife-wielding teachers, cake eating cafeteria workers, every month an employment law case gets swept in the perfect storm that is tabloid journalism. This month we are going back to the summer and talking about two council workers who were reported by an anonymous whistle-blower for sneaking off for half hours at the time [...]