Category Archives: Employment Law

How to Make an Employee Redundant (in the UK)

This guide is meant to summarise the main principles and key steps of the redundancy procedure so you consider whether redundancy is the right option, at which point you should consult the full ACAS procedure or contact me or a … Continue reading

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What Traits Can Recruiters Deduce From Your Facebook Profile When Screening For a Job?

Northern Illinois University’s College of Business, has found that Facebook personality profiling managed to outperform industry standard psychometric tests in terms of its ability to predict the job success of a candidate. What was remarkable was that the researchers only … Continue reading

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Dealing With The Death of a Co-Worker

The death of a co-worker, whether sudden or as a result of a known illness, is a shocking and sad event for all those involved. It will have an emotional impact on the deceased employee’s co-workers, and may also cause … Continue reading

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