All atypical workers casual workers Charity Disputes Chat Constructive Dismissal Contracts of Employment custom category Disciplinary issues droit du travail Royaume Uni Employment Law Reform Equality Act France GDPR Holiday Pay Maternity Minimum wage News Retirement Sick Pay Social media Surgeries Termination of Employment Tribunal TUPE Uncategorized Unfair Dismissal Welcome and hello Working Time Workplace Disputes

Get Ahead of the Games for Employers in London

16th July 2012

Less than two weeks to go until the start of the Olympic games (27 July -12 August) and the Paralympics (29 August – 9 September).  Transport for London on behalf of the Olympic Delivery Authority, the Department for Transport, the Highways Agency, National Rail and the Mayor of London have published a website full of practical […]

Have yourselves a very merry Christmas

16th December 2011

With one week to go before Christmas, our clients have gone into housekeeping over drive and as a consequence, we have been run off our feet. While we are both glad to be busy, I should have remembered, after 17 years of business, this happens every year round about this time. Will there ever be […]

Taking a sickie: how will you deal with weddingitis?

14th April 2011

With the Royal wedding looming, our thoughts turned to those employees who are not getting the day off and just how many of them might suffer from a sudden stomach bug or bad cold. Short-term sickness absence can cost a business a lot of lost time and money, particularly if you pay full salary for […]

Its a new year coming..

30th December 2010

With a new year just a few days away, we look back at the main trend for 2010 and look forward to what’s just around the corner. With the economic situation still feeling shaky, we have hopefully helped our clients to ensure that their businesses are in the best position to survive and thrive. However, […]

Work life balance: thanks to the technology that supports it

23rd December 2010

With the turn of another year, we have been reflecting on how life has changed for EmployEase over the 16 years we have been in business. When we set up EmployEase we were two single women living in London with an office in a shared workspace in King’s Cross. We had two state of the […]

The week ahead

24th October 2010

Been out to see The Social Network with my boys. They are safely in bed and I am on my sofa with my computer at 1am on what is now a Sunday morning. The film was great and it got me messing about with the functionality of wordpress and admiring the ability of some people to have […]