Brass employees get the compensation they deserve

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Employees of Brass Agency contacted us on the 8th December 2019 after the company went into administration and over 50 employees were left without a job. When employees have been made redundant without appropriate information or consultation, and there are 20 or more employees based at one establishment such as a workplace, they can make a claim to an Employment … Read More

Russell Hume employees have additional rights to be compensated

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Morrish Solicitors are offering assistance to ex-employees of Russell Hume as a result of the organisation’s announcement today that it had entered into administration. Derby-headquartered meat supplier Russell Hume operates from six production sites in Liverpool, Birmingham, London, Boroughbridge, Exeter and Fife and supplied meat to hotels, restaurants and pubs across the UK. Sadly, 266 staff have been made redundant … Read More

ALNO employees have a right to justice

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We are offering assistance to employees of ALNO UK as a result of the organisation’s recent announcement that it has entered into administration. ALNO UK, the retail and commercial kitchen supplier, made 160 employees redundant with immediate effect on 22 September across sites in Wolverhampton, Leeds and Sevenoaks. We understand this has resulted from their parent-company, based in Germany, entering … Read More

Getting away with it?

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As specialist lawyers for Claimants in Employment Tribunals and Courts, we often get involved in cases involving companies going bust (e.g. going into administration or liquidation), and dismissing large numbers of employees as a result. A good number of well-known companies have recently gone bust – City Link, BHS, Austin Reed and Phones4u. There are common themes to many recent … Read More

Taxation on Termination – The Price of Simplicity

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HMRC has published a piece of draft legislation which attempts to simplify the current regulations surrounding taxation of termination payments. The legislation is due to come into force in April 2018 and is currently open to consultation until the 5th of October 2016. It has been suggested that the overall complexity of the current tax rules in terms of termination … Read More

Employment Tribunal rules in favour of former City Link workers sacked on Christmas Day

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An employment tribunal has ruled this week in favour of former City Link workers who have established that City Link failed in their statutory duty to consult with them about impending redundancies.  The former workers pursued claims against the parcel delivery company when they were made redundant without any consultation. 258 of those Claimants were represented by Leeds based Morrish … Read More