Together Energy Employees Could Claim Up To 90 Days’ Pay

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Energy Together Protective Award Claim

Together Energy becomes the latest household supplier to collapse due to rising energy prices. If you are an employee at Together Energy and are at risk of redundancy you could be entitled to pursue a Protective Award Claim. Together Energy Protective Award Claim If you’re an employee of Together Energy and have been made redundant without consultation following the firm’s … Read More

Solicitor Apprenticeship Programme

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In February 2022 we will be introducing Solicitor apprenticeships with a view to taking on one graduate and one school leaver. Route to Qualification Solicitor Apprenticeship Law is an exciting career prospect for many, but university isn’t always the right choice for every person. Our Solicitor Apprenticeship programme offers aspiring solicitors an alternative path into the legal profession. You will … Read More

PDR Construction Enters Administration

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PDR Construction Protective Award Claim

East Yorkshire contractor PDR Construction has entered administration. Employees made redundant from PDR Construction without consultation could be entitled to pursue a Protective Award Claim. Former PDR Construction Employees Could Claim 90 Days’ Pay Employees who worked at PDR Construction and have been made redundant without consultation following the firm’s collapse into administration, could claim up to 90 days’ pay … Read More

BDL Tool & Die Engineering Employees Could Claim Up To 90 Days’ Pay

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BDL Tool & Die Engineering Protective Award Claim

Daventry engineering firm, BDL Tool & Die Engineering which supplies components to the tensioner, motorsport and aerospace industries, has entered administration. If you are an employee of BDL Tool & Die Engineering and have been made redundant you could be entitled to pursue a Protective Award Claim. BDL Tool & Die Engineering Protective Award Claim If you’re an employee of … Read More

Industrial Coating Services LTD Enters Administration

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Industrial Coating Services | Morrish Solicitors

Staffordshire coatings firm, Industrial Coating Services Ltd enters administration making 50 employees redundant. Employees made redundant from Industrial Coating Services Ltd without consultation could be entitled to pursue a Protective Award Claim. Employees Made Redundant From Industrial Coating Services Ltd Could Claim Up To 90 Days’ Pay Employees who worked at Industrial Coating Services Ltd and have been made redundant … Read More

What Are Your Rights If Snow Affects Your Journey to Work?

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Your Rights If Snow Affects Your Journey to Work

Winter brings along snow, ice and plunging temperatures. Although it’s rare we get heavy snow and blizzards in the UK, it isn’t uncommon for the slightest hint of snow to grind the roads and public transport networks to a halt, making it difficult for people to get to work. If you’re unable to get to work because of the snow, … Read More

5 Things To Look Out For/Challenge If Made Redundant

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Things to look out for/challenge if made redundant | Morrish Solicitors

Sadly, redundancies are a fact of life in the modern workplace. In this article, our Employment Solicitor, Haylee Chambers gives you 5 things to look out for/challenge if you’ve been made redundant. Thing to Look Out For/Challenge if Made Redundant Is there a genuine redundancy situation? Has there been a closure of the business as a whole, closure of a … Read More

8 Things You Should Do After Being Made Redundant

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8 Things You Should Do After Being Made Redundant | Morrish Solicitors

According to statistics there were 104,000 redundancies made in the UK in the 3 months to September 2021, which was the highest number of redundancies made since the 3 months to May 2021, when there were also 104,000 redundancies. In this article, our experienced Employment Solicitor, Haylee Chambers explains 8 things you should do after being made redundant. What to … Read More

Successful Protective Award Claim for M&Co Employees  

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In August 2020, fashion chain M&Co entered a pre-pack administration deal making 379 employees redundant as the company closed 47 of its 265 stores in the UK. More than 20 redundancies were made at each Head Office location in London and Renfrew. Like other retailers M&Co had faced several difficulties and the Covid-19 pandemic made these worse. When a company … Read More

Wyvern Furniture Enters Administration

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Wyvern Furniture Protective Award - Morrish Solicitors

Upholstery manufacturer based in Hartlebury, Worcestershire, Wyvern Furniture has entered administration making more than 100 redundancies. Employees made redundant from Wyvern Furniture without consultation could be entitled to pursue a Protective Award Claim. Former Wyvern Furniture Employees Could Claim 90 Days’ Pay Employees who worked at Wyvern Furniture and have been made redundant without consultation following the firm’s collapse into … Read More

Ex-Roland Mouret Employees Could Claim 90 Days’ Pay

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Roland Mouret Protective Award Claim | Morrish Solicitors

Luxury fashion house, Roland Mouret has entered administration, leading to the loss of 84 jobs. Employees made redundant from Roland Mouret without consultation could be entitled to pursue a Protective Award Claim. Roland Mouret Protective Award Claim Employees who worked at Roland Mouret and have been made redundant without consultation following the firm’s collapse into administration, could claim up to … Read More

Quinn Infrastructure Services (qis) Enters Administration

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Quinn Infrastructure Services Protective Award Claim

Rail and utilities-focused contractor, Quinn Infrastructure Services (qis) has entered administration, making its employees redundant. Employees made redundant from Quinn Infrastructure Services (qis) without consultation could be entitled to pursue a Protective Award Claim. Quinn Infrastructure Services (qis) Protective Award Claim Employees who worked at Quinn Infrastructure Services (qis) and have been made redundant without consultation following the firm’s collapse … Read More

Work Christmas Parties and Harassment

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Work Christmas Parties & Harassment - Morrish Solicitors

With the festive season upon us many of us will be attending work Christmas parties giving us the opportunity to celebrate and socialise with work colleagues. However, excessive alcohol consumption can make the Christmas party memorable for all the wrong reasons, leading to unwanted behaviour that would not be tolerated in the workplace. Every year, our specialist Employment Solicitors deal … Read More

Former Global Brands Group Staff Could Claim Up To 90 Days’ Pay

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Global Brands Group Protective Award | Morrish Solicitors

Almost 140 UK head office and retail employees have been made redundant from Global Brands Group (GBC) after the company entered administration. Employees made redundant from Global Brands Group (GBC) without consultation could be entitled to pursue a Protective Award Claim. Global Brands Group Protective Award Claim According to reports employees have been told they will not be paid for … Read More

Turbine Efficiency Limited (TEL) and Turbine Efficiency Group (TEG) Protective Award Claim

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TEL & TEG Protective Award Claim | Morrish Solicitors

Lincolnshire turbines business, Turbine Efficiency Limited (TEL) and Turbine Efficiency Group (TEG) have entered administration. Employees made redundant from Turbine Efficiency Limited (TEL) and Turbine Efficiency Group (TEG) without consultation could be entitled to pursue a Protective Award Claim. Turbine Efficiency Limited (TEL) and Turbine Efficiency Group (TEG) Employees Could Claim Up To 90 Days’ Pay Employees who worked at … Read More

Weir & McQuiston (Scotland) Protective Award Claim

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Weir & McQuiston Protective Award | Morrish Solicitors

Mechanical and electrical design specialist, Weir & McQuiston (Scotland) Ltd has fallen into administration making nearly 100 employees redundant. Employees made redundant from Weir & McQuiston (Scotland) without consultation could be entitled to pursue a Protective Award Claim. Weir & McQuiston (Scotland) Ltd Employees Could Claim Up To 90 Days’ Pay Employees who worked at Weir & McQuiston (Scotland) Ltd … Read More

Zebra Power Protective Award Claim

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Energy retailer, Zebra Power has been placed into administration making its employees redundant. Employees made redundant from Zebra Power without consultation could be entitled to pursue a Protective Award Claim. Zebra Power Employees Could Claim Up To 90 Days’ Pay Employees who worked at Zebra Power and have been made redundant without consultation as a result of the firm entering … Read More

The Energy Check Enters Administration

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South Shields-based energy consultancy business, The Energy Check has entered administration making all 32 employees redundant. The Energy Check Protective Award Claim Employees who worked at The Energy Check and have been made redundant without consultation as a result of the firm collapsing, could claim up to 90 days’  gross pay by making a Protective Award Claim. When making more … Read More

Kostal UK Ltd v Dunkley

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Pay Offer to Workers Bypassing Collective Bargaining was Unlawful Inducement Don’t offer directly to me, I’m part of the union! – direct offer to employees was unlawful inducement. In the case of Kostal UK Ltd v Dunkley, the UK Supreme Court found that it was an unlawful inducement for Kostal to offer a pay deal to their employees “over the … Read More

CNG Energy Collapses Making 150 Redundancies

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Harrogate-based energy firm, CNG Energy has ceased trading due to the increase in the price of gas making 150 employees redundant. CNG Energy Protective Award Claim Employees who worked at CNG Energy and have been made redundant without consultation as a result of the firm collapsing, could claim up to 90 days’  gross pay by making a Protective Award Claim. … Read More

Pure Legal Ltd Protective Award Claim

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End-to-end legal services provider, Pure Legal Ltd which has offices in Liverpool and Prescot has ceased trading with immediate effect, meaning over 200 employees have been made redundant without warning. Pure Legal Ltd Enters Administration Employees who worked at Pure Legal Ltd and have been made redundant without consultation as a result of the firm collapsing, could claim up to … Read More

What is a Protective Award for Redundancy?

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What is a protective award for redundancy - Morrish Solicitors

Unfortunately, redundancies are becoming increasingly common, not least in light of the end of the furlough scheme, but they are not always handled properly by employers. Employers should only make redundancies if there is a genuine redundancy situation and after following careful consultation and procedural requirements. If an employer is making 20 or more employees redundant at one workplace this … Read More

Wildgoose Construction Set To Enter Administration

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Derbyshire based construction firm, Wildgoose Construction established in 1896 is set to enter administration, according to reports. The firm is set to cease trading as it had been affected by the initial Covid lockdown. Employees at the firm have been told to look out for new jobs. Wildgoose Construction Protective Award Claim According to reports the firm has around 60 … Read More

Pure Planet Protective Award Claim

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Pure Planet is the latest energy firm to have creased trading amid soaring wholesale and energy prices. The firm enters administration leaving 187 employees at risk of redundancy or transfer to another employer. Former Employees of Pure Planet Could Make a Protective Award Claim Employees who worked at Pure Planet and have been made redundant without consultation as a result … Read More

Shackleton, Wintle and Lane Limited Enters Administration

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Cheltenham-based plumbing, heating and electrical company, Shackleton, Wintle and Lane Limited (SW&L) has entered administration, making 69 employees redundant. Shackleton, Wintle and Lane Limited Protective Award Claim Employees who worked at Shackleton, Wintle and Lane Limited and have been made redundant without consultation as a result of the firm entering administration, could claim up to 90 days’  gross pay by … Read More

Gender Pay Gap Widens and 10% of Employers Fail to Report 

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Despite growing pressure on businesses to improve on gender pay, analysis of employer’s submissions to the gender pay gap reporting service evidence 1 in 10 employers failed to submit their 2020-21 gender pay gap. This marks a 6.6% drop in the number of employers to use the reporting service.   The significant drop in the number of employers reporting their gender … Read More

80 Redundancies at NMCN Building Division

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On Monday 5th October 2021, NMCN had filed notice of its intention to appoint administrators, Grant Thornton. Unfortunately, administrators have failed to find a buyer for the firm’s building division, which means 80 employees have been made redundant with immediate effect. NMCN Protective Award Claim Employees who worked at NMCN Building Division and have been made redundant without consultation as … Read More

Kuhnel Graphics Ltd Protective Award Claim

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Kuhnel Graphics Ltd, a family-owned printing company based in Ossett, Wakefield has entered administration after a decline in orders due to the pandemic. The firm traded for approximately 50 years before entering administration and making 25 employees redundant. Former Employees of Kuhnel Graphics Ltd Could Make a Protective Award Claim Employees who worked at Kuhnel Graphics Ltd and have been … Read More

Making Flexible Working the Default

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Consultations on ‘making flexible working the default’ and carer’s leave  ‘Making flexible working the default’  This consultation contains proposals to reform the flexible working regulations 2014, which extended the right to request a flexible working arrangement to all employees with 26 weeks’ continuous service.  This consultation seeks to go further, and give employees the right to flexible working from day one.  The Government states there is potential to turn the current … Read More