Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ When an employee has been fired or sacked, it’s generally understood that the employer has ended their employment. When an employer asks an employee to resign, with a threat that if they don’t they will be sacked, most... Read More
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Settlement agreements are agreements between employers and employees, which settle certain employment claims. The vast majority of employment claims can be settled in this way, although there are a few exceptions.
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ What is a gagging order? A gagging order is another phrase for a confidentiality clause, which stops the employee from discussing the terms of a settlement and the circumstances surrounding the dispute with the media and other third... Read More
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ The government has announced that it will consult over mandatory ethnic pay gap reporting by businesses, revealing disparities between the pay of black, Asian and ethnic minority (Bame) employees and white employees. The purpose of the consultation is... Read More
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Before resigning you need to ensure that you are aware of your obligations and have a plan in place. Timing and notice It’s usually best not to resign until you have agreed terms with your new employer –... Read More
Matt is an experienced employment lawyer and legal commentator. Matt advises businesses and individuals on all employment law related issues. He also regularly writes for external publications including the Independent, the Guardian and City AM.