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Good Work Plan – the “largest upgrade in workers’ rights in over a generation”
The government has today published the “largest upgrade in workers’ rights in over a generation”. The reforms set out in the “Good Work Plan” are based on the findings of […]
Festive fundraiser for Child Brain Injury Trust
A festive family favourite movie fundraiser is being held later this week, as the latest event in an ongoing partnership between law firm Sintons and a much-loved children’s charity. Home […]
Sintons Employment Law E-Bulletin – Issue 66
Paying part-time workers 50% of full pay for being on duty for 53.5% of full-time hours amounted to less favourable treatment – British Airways Plc v Pinaud  EWCA Civ […]