Royal Wedding Special Offer

28th April 2011

Royal Wedding Special Offer

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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 a generous mood, if you email us on at any time between the royal wedding and Bank Holiday Monday 30 May 2011, we will give you an opinion on the terms of your contract of employment for free.

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