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Settlement agreement for Employees

Settlement agreement for employees

Settlement agreement for Employees: What employees should know before deciding? If you have been offered a settlement agreement by your employer, deciding whether to accept can be overwhelming. You will need independent legal advice to safeguard the agreement is binding and you understand what significant legal rights you are giving up when you enter a […]
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What is the gig economy?

What is the Gig Economy? Issue The phrase the ‘gig economy’ is increasingly being seen in the press and often it is referred to in employment disputes. What does it actually mean though?  It is probably best summed up as a trend towards a working environment where temporary positions are common in business and companies […]
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redundancy for small businesses

Restructuring and redundancy

Your business may come to a point where changes need to be made this, unfortunately, may result in redundancies. Aeris Employment Law can help and guide you restructure professionally and most of all fairly. Restructuring may look to make your business more successful and profitable. Or it may be required or unavoidable. Whatever the reason, […]
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Are you and your company GDPR ready?

A large volume of personal data (or personally identifiable information) is exchanged throughout the world. Personal data is an extremely valuable resource to companies but data protection and privacy laws across the world are gradually regulating its collection and use. With the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which automatically takes effect in all […]
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Changes to redundancy entitlements

Redundancy Entitlements & Compensation Limits Unfair dismissal compensation and redundancy pay is to increase where the effective date of termination of an employee’s employment is on or after 6 April 2018. The maximum compensatory award for unfair dismissal will increase to £83,682 (up from £80,541) and the maximum amount of a week’s pay (used for calculating the unfair dismissal […]
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GDPR and the thorny issue of consent

GDPR consent is imperative! What is the issue with consent? The new GDPR is more onerous and employers will be under a positive obligation to be able to show evidence that they are compliant with the new GDPR principles. Most employers address the issue of consent for processing personal data by including a standard clause […]
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