Ensuring the Gender Pay Gap campaign succeeds
Employment Law in Rural Business
If you run a business and employ people you need to be clear on your obligations as an employer and their rights. Our employment specialists have long experience of working with agricultural and rural businesses including farmers, distributors, picking and storage operations as well as equestrian based businesses.
How we can help your rural business
We give practical and clear advice on all aspects of employment law including:
If you are a farmer with seasonal workers, we can help you manage licensing requirements and ensure effective contractual arrangements are in place.
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What you need to know if giving a reference - new guidance released
Can an employer be liable for the acts of third party contractors?
Working in a heatwave – what employers need to know
Gangmasters: Protecting your business and your workers
£500,000 fine for data protection breaches intended for Facebook
Divorce in farming families
Government respond to 'Fathers and the workplace' report
Data breach puts GDPR back in the headlines
Supreme Court decision on worker status
Does the processing of children’s data require particular protection under the GDPR?
GDPR - How can we help?
Failure to give a male employee enhanced shared parental pay is not discriminatory
Annual Increase in Tribunal Awards
Tax on termination payments - how are settlement agreements going to be affected?
The Data Protection Fee
Brexit Strategy – anticipating the unknown in farming and agriculture
Age discrimination in the judiciary
Discrimination Time Limits: Continuing Acts
Employment Tribunal Claims
The removal of Tribunal Fees – what’s next?
GDPR In House Training
Updated guidance on GDPR consent
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Services for individuals and families
Get ready for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The government has published its response to the consultation on reforming the Employment Tribunal system this week.
Discipline and dismissal - a refresher
Dismissal in long term sickness cases with Mid Kent CIPD
New Year’s resolutions for Employers
Brachers' Private Client team become Dementia Friends
Brachers donates over £5000 to local special needs school