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    Government Review of Hybrid Working

    The government has set up a task force to draw up advice on flexible employment as working from home, for…

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  • 26.04.21
    ASDA Equal Pay Claim

    Since 2016 35,000 shopfloor workers at ASDA, who are predominantly female, have been arguing that they are entitled to be…

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  • 19.04.21
    Uber drivers must be treated as workers rather than self-employed, the UK’s Supreme Court has ruled.

    The decision could mean thousands of Uber drivers are entitled to minimum wage and holiday pay in the future and…

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  • 12.04.21
    Vulnerable Clients

    At SHU Law we aim to meet the needs of clients who, due to their personal circumstances and barriers put…

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  • 08.03.21
    I need help with an inquest or pre inquest review

    Mortality has been in the news more than ever of late. Relatives will find the bereavement distressing enough but for…

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  • 01.03.21
    No jab, no job?

    The latest discussion in employment law is developing around this area. Pimlico Plumbers have already announced that any new hires…

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  • 22.02.21
    One in 10 workers told to reapply for their jobs on worse terms

    A recent survey conducted by the TUC has found that controversial ‘fire and rehire’ tactics have become widespread during the…

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  • 17.02.21
    Sheffield Hallam Student Support

    The past couple of months have been an unnerving experience for us all, we continue to find ourselves in a…

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  • 08.02.21
    Planned enhancements in Employment Law

    The government has announced its plans for a new Employment Bill which would improve workers’ rights, promote fairness in the…

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  • 03.02.21
    My legal matter isn’t that important right now -is it?

    It’s safe to say that in the midst of a global pandemic people are tending to have greater perspective as…

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