COVID-19 - We are open for business and here to help ->
Make an Online Payment

Head Office – Change of Address

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

Continue reading

BBC under formal investigation over pay discrimination against women

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) said it believed that some women at the BBC did not receive equal pay for equal work. Its investigation will seek to establish whether the corporation has broken the law.

Continue reading

86% of working parents want to work flexibly, new study finds

Research by Bright Horizons and Working Families found almost two-fifths (37 per cent) of UK working parents state that flexible working is not a genuine option in their workplace, despite all employees having the legal right to request flexible working.

Continue reading

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.

Continue reading

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.

Continue reading
  Global 100 2019 award logo Cavendish Employment Law Limited 75x72


Cavendish Award Logo

Get in touch

Whether you are an employee, executive, director, senior employer or businessowner we promise swift, confidential and expert advice.
Out of Hours & Weekend Advice Available
Please let us know your name.
Please let us know your email address.
Please enter a valid telephone number
Please let us know your message.
Invalid captcha

What our clients say

View all our testimonials
Contact us today for expert advice on employment law issues.
Call us on 020 7167 4800