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Introduction to Employment Law

Employment Law deals with the rights and obligations of employees, self-employed, workers and Job seekers in the UK. Employment tribunals have jurisdiction to hear claims arising out of breaches of most aspects of the employment relationship for example Unfair dismissal, Wrongful dismissal, Redundancy payments, Discrimination claims, Equal pay claims and Protection of wages claims etc.Harassment may include bullying behaviour and refers to cruel treatment that is related to a protected characteristic that are listed in the Equality Act 2010.

Harassment and Victimisation

The law defines harassment as ‘unwanted conduct related to a relevant characteristic, which has the purpose or effect of violating an individual’s dignity or creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment for the individual’.Harassment may include bullying behaviour and refers to cruel treatment that is related to a protected characteristic that are listed in the Equality Act 2010.

Arbitration

Arbitration is a well-established way used to end disputes. Arbitration provides parties with a choice to settle the dispute without litigation.
Arbitration takes place out of the courtroom: the two parties involved select an impartial third party (known as an arbitrator) and both parties agree in advance to comply with the arbitrator’s award. Both sides then participate in a hearing where each side can present evidence and testimony.
An arbitrator’s decision is usually final and the courts very rarely revisit the case once the arbitrator has made their decision.

Constructive Dismissal and Discrimination

Constructive dismissal is when an employer acts which their ethic affects the work of their workers or a single worker on occasion. Discrimination...

Unfair Dismissal

Employment Rights Act 1996, Section 95 defines dismissal as being when a contract of employment, of who the individual is employed, is terminated by...

Right to leave under employment law

Do you know your full employment rights to holidays and leaves? Here is a complete guide to all possible leaves you may be entitled to.

Employment Visa

Immigration and Employment visas. A complete guide.

Non- Competing Employment Contracts

Non-Competing Employment Agreements: A simple guide for employees and employers.

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