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Licenciement « économique », procédure la moins risquée en matière de licenciement personnel

11th June 2015

En ce jour de débat sur la loi Macron et le plafonnement en France des indemnités pour licenciement sans cause réelle et sérieuse, voici un article de Julie publié lui aussi par Business France  dans Le Guide des Affaires Royaume Uni 2015 sur la procédure de licenciement qui effraie le plus l’employeur français: le licenciement économique. […]

Contrats “Zero Heure”

5th September 2013

Julie has recently been quoted in a French journal ‘Entreprise & Carrières’ in an article about zero hours contracts. Follow the link for the full article: ECA1155_p18

Do you need to give your people a day off for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee?

17th May 2012

As most of you are aware the Queen is giving us one extra bank holiday on 5 June 2012 for her Diamond Jubilee.  Do you need to give the day off to your people? A bit of history first: when the right to holiday pay was introduced by the Working Time Regulations in 1998, it […]

Florizel Media gives EmployEase a Blogspot

30th April 2012

Pauline Randall of Florizel Media very kindly offered us the opportunity to be a guest writer on her blog. You can find it here: http://florizelmedia.com/2012/04/facebook-and-social-media-saving-on-the-cost-of-private-investigator/ Florizel Media helps businesses make the most of social media. They can advise how new social media can fit your business and your customers and suggest a strategy that makes […]

Royal Wedding Special Offer

28th April 2011

We have noted a marked increase in the number of visitors on our blog regarding whether to grant and pay for a day off on the 29 April 2011. The answer will be found in your contract of employment and so is the answer to many employment law queries. As the occasion puts us in […]