October Breakfast Briefing

DC Employment Solicitors is pleased to invite you to our FREE Employment Law Breakfast Briefing at 8am on Wednesday 9th October 2019 in the Hilton at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton. 12 Knotty Questions Regarding Sickness Absence The main focus of...

July Newsletter

Welcome With Summer in full swing I imagine you have your shades on and you’re sitting by a pool drinking whatever it is trendy people drink these days (I assume it’s a fancy gin and something but I’ve stopped trying to keep up), hushing the...

Confidentiality Agreements (NDAs)

Following the #metoo scandal there has been a huge political momentum against overreaching confidentiality clauses and the effect that they have, or are perceived to have, on victims of harassment and their ability to speak up. As a result, in...

A fair process when dismissing

Employers are hopefully aware of the requirement to follow a fair process when pursuing disciplinary proceedings, especially when the outcome may result in the dismissal of the employee in question. The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) recently...

Holiday pay – All change again

The calculation of holiday pay for employees and workers who undertake voluntary overtime is quickly becoming a very common issue for many employers. We’ve been running a Blog on the subject updating it as the law regularly changes (link below)...

Graduate Legal Trainee position

Job title:  Graduate Legal Trainee This role presents an ideal opportunity for law graduates who are embarking on the LPC course on a part-time basis and who wish to significantly bolster their prospects of pursuing a legal career. The role...