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Business Law

GTI Spindle Technology’s Solution on Unplanned Downtime

10th February 2012
Introduction This article is intended to provide an overview of the issues associated with unplanned downtime.  It is also intended to identify solutions and benefits that are available from GTI Spindle Technology’s MAP division. Problem Statement...
Author: Gti Spindle
Business Law

Can VoIP Be As Reliable As Traditional Phone Service?

02nd February 2012
Yes it can, but that costs extra. Certain businesses and government agencies that support critical infrastructure require their phone systems to be functional 100% of the time. Examples include the military, police, fire and hospitals. When failure is ...
Author: Avad Technologies
Employment Law

Employment law update – failure to consider bumping makes redundancy dismissal unfair.

01st June 2011
There may be occasions where an employer has to make redundancies when it is necessary to consider offering a potentially redundant employee an alternative role already held by a second person, and making the second person redundant instead. This is known...
Author: KateRussell
Business Law

Sex Discrimination and Employment

11th May 2011
Whether an employee or prospective employee as a job applicant is claiming sex discrimination on grounds based on their sex like male or female or if they are claiming sex discrimination on the grounds of their sexual orientation or if they have had a gen...
Author: redundancylaw
Employment Law

Do not Ignore Employment Laws

20th December 2010
Recently, it's being more important that the employer should be aware of their duties in the middle of a minefield of employment law. Employer may not be aware of the expensive time, resources and reputation. Not only that, but the employment tribunal cas...
Business Law

Setting Up Your Company Is Just A Few Clicks Away With Company Formation Services

07th July 2010
Lots of individuals fantasize of possessing their own company, particularly in these uncertain fiscal period when redundancy is a extremely genuine hazard and a new boss could be hard to find. Several people are sick of having a boss at all and desire to ...
Author: A Ketley

Santander UK causes £2.8m Damage to Employee

06th May 2010
Allegations of race discrimination appear to have stuck on Santander UK in a high-profile legal battle that has made UK history on a number of accounts. Santander UK is the UK bank previously known as Abbey National and taken over in 2004 by Emilio Bot...
Author: Simon King
Employment Law

Employment Law - a Minefield for Employers

04th May 2010
Employment law is a complex area that can cause serious problems for employers whom are not fully aware of their obligations. Facing an employment tribunal claim, regardless of whether it is successful or not, can be very expensive in terms of both resour...
Author: Tim Bishop

Compromise Agreement and Tax

21st December 2009
Very often as part of the terms of a compromise agreement an employee may collect payment for unemployment which rise above the statutory minimum amount that an employee is designated to by the government.To determine whether tax is due on fundsreceived ...
Author: Stefan Valenzuela

Importance of RR65 Race Relations Act Questionnaire demonstrated by Banco Santander Group

31st July 2009
The importance of the Race Relations Act Questionnaire RR65 is highlighted by the high-profile Chagger v Abbey National plc & Hopkins (2006) UK legal case, where the Employment Tribunal made a finding of race discrimination, which subsequently led to the ...
Author: Simon King

Suing Your Employer: The Uphill Battle

04th July 2009
The intense struggle employees, who have suffered employment related discrimination, can expect to experience when challenging a powerful employer is somewhat illustrated by the high-profile legal case Chagger v Abbey National plc & Hopkins (2006). The Em...
Author: Simon King

Proving Race Discrimination in Employment

11th June 2009
Direct race discrimination is when an organisation (or an employee of the organisation) treats a person less favourably than someone else on racial grounds. Proving direct race discrimination is not trivial. The burden of proof is on the employee alleging...
Author: Simon King