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Edward Pearce

Lawyer at LHS Solicitors

Croydon, United Kingdom

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Is the tail wagging the dog?

Is the tail wagging the dog?

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A pinch and a punch for employers paying the minimum wage!

A pinch and a punch for employers paying the minimum wage!

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Goodbye Mr employee

Goodbye Mr employee

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SportsDirect: steering your business safely through growth can be a real challenge!

But as an employer, being unaware of legal risks and unlawful practices within your business and/or being out of your depth, is no defence.

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Goodbye Mr employee

Don't underestimate the emotional impact of telling someone they no longer have a job. It sounds really obvious. It is really obvious....

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Don't get dignity tangled in the rigging

Humiliation is not humorous. But how many of us know the difference when it comes to what happens in the workplace? I’d like to think...

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Is the tail wagging the dog?

Employers often have to deal with employees on sick leave. The phrase: “ Contact from you is making me more ill and I do not want to be...

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I’m taking the plunge – You’re hired

Except it shouldn’t feel like you’re taking the plunge, should it? Hiring someone – or more than one person – is a big deal for most of...

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