UK workers expect to work beyond retirement age

A survey by Aegon has found that less than a third of UK workers expect to stop working altogether after retirement. 16,000 were interviewed across 15 countries and the results are very interesting.

Freedom of Information Act

The Freedom of Information Act cannot be used to obtain details of respondents to employment tribunal claims:

Fraser Brown supports Nottingham's independents

At Fraser Brown, we work with companies of all sizes, from start-ups to large international organisations. Recently we have worked with an increasing number of local independent clients.

Holiday pay must include commission - an update

The European Court of Justice has followed the Advocate General’s opinion handed down recently that commission earned should be taken into account when calculating the holiday pay of workers whose pay is made up of a fixed amount (i.e., basic salary)

Fraser Brown provide advice for Later Life

The wills and probate department at Fraser Brown will be speaking at an upcoming ‘Later Life Matters’ event, which will focus on providing over 50’s with information and guidance related to all matters associated with growing older.

Divorce The Procedure

This guide advises on the process of a divorce and what steps you will need to take.

Divorce The Law

This guide will explain the legal steps involved in a divorce and help guide you through the process.

Non molestation orders

This guide explains all the options available to you if you are suffering from any form of abuse or harrassment.

Could the wills industry be embracing technology

The wills industry could see quite a shake up over the coming years, if technology continues to develop and play a bigger role.

Restrictive Covenants Update

Prophet plc is a software developer and supplier for the fresh produce industry. Its software is aimed at different types of businesses including growers, retailers and intermediaries. Prophet employed Mr. Huggett as its sales manager.

Can an employer increase a disability sanction

In the recent case of McMillan v Airedale NHS Foundation Trust, the court was asked to consider whether an NHS Trust’s disciplinary policy permitted it to impose a more severe sanction upon an employee on appeal.

Flexible working - the new regime

Now, all employees with at least 26 weeks' continuous employment can make a request for flexible working under the new scheme for any reason.

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