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When an employee raises a grievance against another member of staff, it is an employer’s responsibility to ensure that they investigate the matter thoroughly and take the appropriate action in accordance with the law.

In a recent case that has been widely reported in the national media, we represented the manager of a well-known Cardiff club who was allegedly assaulted at their company Christmas party by another member of staff and suffered potentially life changing injuries.

We are absolutely thrilled for Mollys’ success at the Employment Tribunal and delighted to have been able to support her at such a difficult time. More...

The festive excitement and twinkly lights that put a smile on faces in December comes to a crash in January when people are back in work on cold dark mornings with the debt of Christmas hanging over them.

Employers note that there is an increase in sickness absence following the return to work after the Christmas break. Of course, we all know that the winter bugs are doing their rounds, but employers need to try and distinguish between genuine illnesses or “January blues”.

Here I’ll take you through some top tips for helping your staff beat the blues and to ensure your 2019 starts well. More...

In 2019, we will be hosting a series of employment law seminars to help you keep up-to-date with the latest updates in this complex area of law. More...

It’s a busy time of year for many employers in the run up to Christmas. Companies are recruiting staff, contractors are managing demand, employees are trying to book time off over the festive break, the Christmas office party has been arranged, and it often falls upon the person responsible for HR and Employee related matters to coordinate all of the above and much more! More...

Most companies’ holiday years run from January to December and, although it is unlikely that staff have holidays left to take, there may be a few who have, for whatever reason, been unable to take their full annual leave entitlement. So as a company, what do you need to do? More...

With effect from 15th February 2015 EU Regulations on Consumer Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) allow consumers who bought our services online to submit their complaint via an online complaint portal.

We are required under the regulations to provide our clients the following information:-
  1. Link to the ODR platform - please follow the following link for further information (http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr).
  2. Our contact email address in case of a complaint under the ODR regulation – Andrea Coombes andrea.c@howellslegal.com