The issue of who is responsible for which repairs is, of course, often a fraught one. The answer will usually […]
With Halloween fast approaching, Paula Abrahamian, a Partner in the commercial real estate team at City law firm Fletcher Day, […]
Employment solicitor, Hollie Whyman, spoke to Recruiter magazine about how to handle candidates with diverse views that could be regarded as discriminatory.
The Supreme Court has handed down its decision regarding the progogation of Parliament. Our head of Dispute Resolution, Jovita Vassallo, discusses the extent to which the Judiciary can enter the political realm.
Recruiters are likely to be successful in any defence against claims they discriminated against a candidate due to their vegetarian beliefs following a recent landmark ruling.
Earlier this week, a team of our solicitors braved the rain in a treasure hunt across the city for the Lord Mayor’s City Giving Day.
Recruiters require greater clarity on the finer detail of just how Labour plan to implement plans for a four-day week.
Fletcher Day will be hosting our third "Hot Topics" Employment Law Seminar on Tuesday 22nd October.
Recruiters have been urged to resist ‘rolling up’ holiday pay for agency workers, as new research reveals a high number of agency workers claim they are missing out on holiday pay and pay slips.