PCC Lawyers hosted a Round Table discussion at the College of Law on 16th March 2016. This time, the subject was Workplace Discrimination
With the new business year now well underway, you will, no doubt, be seriously into workplace planning and strategising for the year ahead.
Workplace Christmas parties are a great way to reward employees for their hard work over the last twelve months.
With the holiday season behind us, many businesses will start the process of hiring new employees to fill positions that have become vacant over the past few months. There are legal risks involved in any recruitment process but with it brings the potential to add talented new employees into the organisation.
When does an employee’s behaviour warrant termination of their employment and when should they, instead, be issued with a final warning? This poser has landed many an employer in hot water, facing credible allegations of unfair dismissal or breach of contract.
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