Employment Bulletin News

Swansea City directors awarded 100k unfair dismissal payout
Two former directors of Swansea City FC have been awarded more than £100,000 in compensation after being unfairly dismissed by
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80% of Employment Tribunal refunds still unpaid
A year on from a Supreme Court ruling that held that paying a fee to bring an Employment Tribunal claim
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Hetherton’s raising money for charity of year through bike ride challenge.
Tom Henry a specialist in commercial property and director at Hethertons Solicitors recently took part in the Prudential Ride London-Surrey
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Haulage Firm Prosecuted after worker killed.
Tooles transport Limited, a haulage firm, has been sentenced following a fatal incident in which a driver was crushed by
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Gender pay gap alive and well in a quarter of SMEs
According to research published by Close Brothers Asset Finance, one in four small and medium enterprises (SMEs) admits to having
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Employee loses leg in sawmill incident
In Health and Safety news, a sawmill, where an employee lost his leg, has been fined £400,000. The incident, which
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Hethertons raises hundreds for charity
As mentioned in last month’s bulletin, a team of walkers from Hethertons Solicitors took part in this year’s York Legal
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Tips for keeping your workforce onside this World Cup
With excitement mounting as England moves onto the next stage of the 2018 World Cup, here at Hethertons we are
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Health and safety concerns reign in work on white horse
Health and safety officers have called a halt on work to North Yorkshire’s famous white horse due to safety concerns.
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York’s gender pay gap widens by 50 per cent
Councillors in York are calling for action to be taken, after it was revealed the pay gap between men and
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