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Covid-19 Update

The welfare of our clients and staff is always a key priority for Raeside Chisholm. In light of the current circumstances, we are continuing to offer a full range of services, but we are working remotely. You can contact us on 0141 248 3456 and one our solicitors will call you back if necessary, or you can contact us by email.”

Raeside Chisholm Solicitors Blog

Blog and latest news from our solicitors based in Glasgow, Scotland. Call us to find out how we can help you.

Do you know your redundancy rights?

The coronavirus pandemic is having a major impact on the economy and labour market, with many businesses making redundancies to protect their long-term survival. Employers may feel under pressure to make quick decisions at this time, meaning they could fail to comply with their legal obligations during the redundancy process. As such, it is especially important that workers are aware of their redundancy rights.

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Expats Face Huge Charge Over Pension Changes

British expats living in Australia or New Zealand could face a substantial charge as a result of 55pc due to the pension freedoms that were introduced from April 6.

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When Employers Should Undertake Disciplinary Proceedings

A recent decision from the Court of Appeal in England & Wales offers clarity into when and how a disciplinary investigation is to take place in employment proceedings, with implications for how employers should approach these situations in the future.

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Bereaved people receive inadequate support in the workplace

A recent report from the National Council for Palliative Care has revealed that 32% of people who were bereaved in the last five years were not treated with compassion by their employer.

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Drop in perceived redundancy risk

The number of UK workers who believe they are at immediate risk of redundancy has halved from 6% in January 2013 to just 3% in October, according to the latest Job Security Index from Legal & General. This gives a glimmer of hope for a more positive outlook for workers as we approach the New Year, despite the fact that confidence in job security is still low.

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22 January 2021
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The coronavirus pandemic is having a major impact on the economy and labour market, with many businesses making redundancies to protect their long-term survival. Employers may feel under pressure to make quick decisions at this time, meaning the...
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