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HR SUPPORT

Every business is different. I work closely with my clients to draft tailored employment contracts to suit their individual needs and understand the importance of having adequate policies in place. Working hand in hand with my clients to fully grasp their business needs, I produce bespoke policies and handbooks for our clients on an individual basis.

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EMPLOYEMENT LAW & EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS

I have extensive experience of employment law and employment relations gained in diverse environments. I offer full range of employment law services to individuals, HR practitioners and business owners. I successfully help individuals on their own employment rights, regularly scrutinising contracts and giving guidance on tax implications. I also offer proactive solutions on any form of employment dispute, all the…

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BUSINESS IMMIGRATION

A vast number of employers depend on recruiting employees from outside the UK to ensure that their workforce is well rounded and has the best possible skill set. The hiring of non-EEA nationals from abroad is often a necessity in industries in which the UK sees a skills shortage or where expert personnel from overseas entities are needed. Regulation surrounding…

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PERSONAL IMMIGRATION

I have over ten years’ experience in advising on immigration law and during that time I have acquired a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of all aspects of private and corporate immigration work. My current practice focuses on corporate, high-net-worth individuals, EEA nationals, as well as family-based and naturalisation applications. Immigration affects all aspects of life, but it can have a particular…

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Dealing with stress in the workplace

According to the HSE (Health and Safety Executive), in 2018/19 over 600,000 people in the UK reported experiencing work-related stress, depression or anxiety. This amounts to 44% of all work-related illness. It is therefore important that an employer takes steps to tackle and reduce the work-related causes of stress, and encourage their staff to seek help at the earliest opportunity…

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The importance of keeping the Home Office up to date

What happens when someone doesn’t receive a decision sent to them by the Home Office that affects their right to continue living in the UK? The answer to this question depends on what attempts were made to send the decision to the person and whether this constituted “deemed service”. Deemed service is a term most lawyers will be familiar with.…

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Child whose mother isn’t married to her father is being unlawfully denied citizenship

The Home Office has dropped its appeal against a judgment that children whose mothers are married to someone other than their fathers are being unlawfully discriminated against by British nationality legislation. In July 2018, the High Court ruled that part of the British Nationality Act 1981 is incompatible with Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights. The case was K…

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Working in the UK

Working in the UK

EU citizens who have lived in the UK for five years or more when Brexit takes place have the right to work in the UK indefinitely by applying for ‘settled status’ EU citizens who have lived in the UK for less than five years before Brexit takes place have the right to work in the UK indefinitely by applying for…

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Changes to legislation

Changes to legislation

Many UK employment laws around areas like holidays and business transfers currently come from EU directives. Under the provisions of the EU Withdrawal Act these have been written into UK law. This means that on the day after the UK leaves the EU there will be no immediate change in the law affecting employment. What happens in the longer term…

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