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Employment Lawyer In Your Pocket


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We are your very own Employment Lawyer In Your Pocket #ELiYP We're aiming to help managers and business owners navigate the murky and often contentious world of employment law and keep on the straight and narrow with their staff. In season 1, Simon and the team discuss the eight essential steps which an employer must take when looking to fairly dismiss an employee. In season 2, Simon and the team answers questions which have been tweeted by listeners. How To Be A Good Witness? How To Give A Reference? And many, many more. You can follow the award-winning employment team on twitter @EmpLawyerSimon @EmpLawyerJack and @EmpLawyerRich You can also tweet us any questions using the #ELiYP hashtag

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Great podcast

Very good, informative podcast guys and having used your services can testify you are all very knowledgeable in this field and provide a first class service, however Mr Wallaces voice sounds strange, like his throat is a rough as a badger 😜

Employment Law Made Accessible

Let's face it, when something goes wrong in the workplace lots of people suddenly become 'experts' in employment Law. Unfortunately the reality is much trickier than just doing what 'Dan from accounts' says is the correct course of action. Do the wrong thing and it can be costly, time-consuming and cause unwanted friction in the work-place. Thankfully, these podcasts from the Employment Law Team at Blackadders break down the necessary steps to take to do things correctly. Excellent balance of humour and factual advice - and the best bit? It's free!

Finally - practical advice from some lawyers

I'm sick of hearing lawyers bang on about this piece of law or that case that decided something then was overturned on appeal. Just tell us what to do. And that's what this podcast does. And they manage to make it funny, so much so that I want to quit my job and join their gang. Looking forward to the return of the gaffer in season 2.

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