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Head Office – Change of Address

Please note that as of 25th March, 2019 Cavendish Employment Law’s head office will be at:-

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Tribunal rules employee referred to as 'baby farmer' was unfairly dismissed

An employee at logistics firm Pall-Ex who was called a “baby farmer” by her finance director following her return to work from maternity leave was unfairly dismissed, a Leister employment tribunal found.

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New mothers to get extended 'protected period' when returning to work

On the 25th January, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) announced a 10-week consultation which recommends extending the legal protection against redundancy for pregnant women to cover up to six months after a new mother returns to work. It will also seek views on offering the same protections to those returning from both adoption leave or shared parental leave.

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UK workers receive biggest wage rise in a decade

Between August and October 2018, wages were recorded as growing at their fastest rate in a decade, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics. The statistical bulletin – UK labour market: December 2018 – noted that average weekly earnings for UK employees, including bonuses, increased by 3.3% compared with the previous year.

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Workers' rights at risk unless UK and EU reach agreement

A recently published report from the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) suggests workers’ rights could be at risk post-Brexit without enhanced protections.

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