It’s the last day of the month, December is on the horizon, Advent Calendars are being purchased, Christmas Trees are going up, Quality Street tins are being cracked open and our newsletter is hot off the digital press. We know which of these is our favourite, pass the Green Triangle!

Last week’s case law update was about employment status and our previous employment law update had features on the Cox Report and Morrison’s data breach.  November has been an eventful month. Anyone who has been reading the news will be sick of hearing terms backstop, Checkers Plan and Rees-Mogg. Therefore, we bring you all the bright and cheery employment law news that has happened over the past 30 days.

Before we begin the newsletter in earnest, we would like to thank everyone who has purchased a copy of Phil’s book. For those who missed last week’s update, PJH Law is pleased to announce that it now has a published author among its ranks.

The book is a practical guide to redundancy and is aimed at employment solicitors and HR professionals who are new to redundancy procedures. I’m sure you will join us in congratulating Phil for achieving a lifelong ambition.

The book can be purchased from the publisher, Law Brief Publishing, (with free delivery) or via Amazon. If purchased via Law Brief Publishing, there is a 10% discount if you use the code rdc5839 at the checkout.

PJH Law is also offering the first ten readers who buy the book and write a review on Amazon their money back. Simply send us proof of payment for the book together with a link to your review and we will arrange the repayment of the purchase price.

To find out more about the book or any of the promotions associated to it, please contact us.