We can all mutter things under our breath about other folks at times. That driver who cuts us off. The waiter who doesn’t bring us our food. The strawberry jam manufacturers who screw the jar lids on too tightly. Muttering such things doesn’t normally get us into trouble. We let off some steam, and that […]
Use this list of clauses to decide what to include in a settlement agreement with your departing employee.
Sometimes an employment relationship just doesn’t work out, and both you and your employer know it. Your health may be suffering, your family and friends may be urging you to move on, and you know you would agree to leave if your employer offered you a payment. However, you don’t want to put yourself at […]
The answer for most difficulties in relationships, employment-related or otherwise, is to communicate more – not less. Nevertheless, communicating in a tense work environment, when making eye-contact is hard enough, can be very difficult. Additionally, we may wonder whether the other side is even going to listen. Will they be reasonable? Will I feel ambushed? […]
The nature of employment law claims often allows early resolution without lengthy and costly litigation. That is because the sums at issue often do not justify the expense of court disputes. Often employees and employers would rather get on with their lives than expose themselves to further risk and cost. The Government encourages early resolution […]