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Employment Law

Everything you need to know about UK employment law as a small business owner

The Employment Act 2008 and The Employment Rights Act 1996 are two of the most important pieces of legislation for British business owners. Covering everything from unfair dismissal to redundancy payments, they govern the relationship between UK employers and their employees. Our guidance on employment law should give you a decent overview of all you need to know.

The Employment Tribunal Timeline

The Employment Tribunal Timeline

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The Employment Tribunal Timeline

Planning to make a claim to the employment tribunal? Wondering how long the process will take? This step-by-step guide covers everything you need to know

Employment Tribunals: Understanding the Basics

Employment Tribunals: Understanding the Basics

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Employment Tribunals: Understanding the Basics

What is an employment tribunal, how does it work and what will it achieve? This simple guide from Fleximize covers the basics of employment tribunals

Seven Common Terms of an Employment Contract

Seven Common Terms of an Employment Contract

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Seven Common Terms of an Employment Contract

There are some common terms that you need to include in employment contracts. We share 7 of these terms including basic wage, working hours and holiday pay

Legal and Illegal Conditions of Employment

Legal and Illegal Conditions of Employment

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Legal and Illegal Conditions of Employment

As an employer, it's important to know that there are some terms and conditions of employment that are illegal to enforce, like babysitting your boss' kid

Want to Appeal Against Disciplinary Action?

Want to Appeal Against Disciplinary Action?

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Want to Appeal Against Disciplinary Action?

If your employer is taking disciplinary action against you, they're legally obliged to let you appeal. Here's all you need to know to appeal successfully